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/ DOMINION OF CANADA^ 



ANNUAL 

DEPARTMENTAL 

REPORTS 



1927-28 



VOL. II 





OTTAWA 

P. A. ACLAND 

PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 



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ANNUAL DEPARTMENTAL 
REPORTS 



VOLUME I 

Auditor General, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 

VOLUME II 

Public Accounts, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 

National Revenue, Department of, (Customs and Excise) , containing accounts of Revenue 
with statements relative to the Imports, Exports, and Excise of the Dominion of Canada, 
for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 

National Revenue, Department of, (Shipping Report, Customs) , containing the Statements 
of Navigation and Shipping for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 

Trade and Commerce, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 

Weights and Measures Inspection Service (Trade and Commerce), for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1928. 

Electricity and Gas Inspection Services (Trade and Commerce), for the fiscal year ended 
March 31, 1928. 

Board of Grain Commissioners for Canada (Trade and Commerce), for the crop year 
ended August 31, 1928. 

Interior, Department of the, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 

Immigration and Colonization, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 

Indian Affairs, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 

Mines, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 

Agriculture, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 

National Defence, Department of, (Militia and Air Service), for the fiscal year ended 
March 31, 1928. 



National Defence, Department of, (Naval Service), for the fiscal year ended March 31. 1928. 



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Pensions and National Health, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928 
Health, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 

VOLUME III 

Superintendent of Penitentiaries, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 
Royal Canadian Mounted Police, for the year ended September 30, 1928. 
Secretary of State, Department of the, for the fiscal jear ended March 31, 1928. 

Commissioner of Patents, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 

« 
Archives, for the year 1928. 

Civil Service Commission, for the calendar year ended December 31, 1928. 

External .\ffairs. Department of the Secretary of State for, for the fiscal year ended March 
31, 1928. 

Labour, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 

VOLUME IV 
Public Printing and Stationery, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 
Marine and Fisheries (Marine), Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 192S. 
Marine and Fisheries (Fisheries), Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 
Post Office, Department of the, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 
Public Works, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 
Railways and Canals, Department of, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 
Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, for the calendar year ended December 31, 1928. 
Chief Electoral Officer (By-elections for the year 1928). 

VOLUME V 

Trade of Canada (Imports for Consumption and Exports), for the fiscal year ended 
March 31, 1028. 



CANADA 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



FOR THE 



FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 



1928 




OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

PRINTER TO THE KINO'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

19» 



To His Excellency the Right Honourable Freeman Viscount Willingdon, G.C.S.L, 
G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., G.B.E., Governor General and Commander in Chief 
of the Dominion of Canada, 



May it Please Your Excellency, — 

The undersigned has the honour to 
ounts of Canada for the Fiscal Yeai 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 



The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the Public 
Accounts of Canada for the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1928. 



J. A. ROBB, 

Minister of Finance. 



Ottawa, January 10, 1929. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

RiPOBT or THl DbPUTY MiNISTSR Of FINANCE 

Paob 

Ordinary Receipts and Payments ix 

Special Receipts and Ezpenditoies ix 

Capital expenditures x 

Debt xi 

Funded Debt xii 

Savings Banks xii 

Investments xii 

Doiuinion Notes xiii 

Guaranteed Securities xiv 

Balancb Shew 2 

ExpENDrrUBB AND REVENUE 4 

Condensed Cash Statement 8 

Schedules to Balance Sheet 

Schedule A — Advances to Provinces, Banks, etc 8 

" B — Advances to Foreign Governments 8 

" C — Soldier and General Land Settlement Loans 8 

" D — Miscellaneous Current Accounts (receivable) 8 

E— Public Works— Canals 8 

" F— " Railways 9 

" G — " Miscellaneous 9 

" H— Military Property and Stores 10 

" I— Territorial Accounts 10 

" J — Railway Accounts (old) 10 

" K— " (Loans Non-active) 10 

" L — Miscellaneous Investments and other Accounts (Non-active) 11 

" M — Savings Bank Deposits 11 

" N — Insurance and Superannuation Funds 11 

O-Trust Funds 12 

" P — Contingent Funds 12 

" Q — Province Accounts 18 

" R — Miscellaneous Current Accounts (payable) 13 

" S — Temporary Loans 13 

" T— Funcfed Debt 13 

" U — Interest Due and Unpaid 1* 

" V — Guaranteed Securities 15 

Schedules or Expenditure 

Schedule 1 — Agriculture .• 1* 

" 2 — Finance IJ 

" 3 — Immigration and Colonization 1* 

" 4 — Indian AfTairs J^ 

" 5 — Interior ^° 

" 6-^u8tice 15 

" 7— Labour 20 

" 8 — Legislation 20 

" 9 — Marine and Fisheries 21 

lO-Mines S 

" 11— National Defence « 

" 12— National Revenue *3 

1 3— Pensions 24 

14— Post Office 24 

15— Public Works 25 

" 16— Railways and Canals 25 

" 17 — Royal Canadian Mounted Police 20 

" 18— Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment J* 

" 19 — Soldier and General Land Settlement JJ 

" 20 — Trade and Commerce ** 

" 21— Other Departments— ,a 

Archives ~^ 

Auditor General's Office r^ 

Civil Service Commission ^ 

External AfTairs S 

Government Contracts Supervision Committee »! 

Health g 

High CommLssioner's Office g 

Office of the Secretary to thie Governor General M 

Printing and Stationery *J 

Privy Council ^ 

Secretary of State •*" 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS— Continued 

ScHBDXTLn or 'Exnsvnxjnt—Conduded 

Paoi 

Schedule 22 — Miscellaneous 31 

" 23 — Adjustment of War Claims. . . 31 

" 24— Cost of Loan Flotations 31 

" 25 — Miscellaneous Cha^gEes . . 32 

SCHSDULBS C9 lUVBNtrB 

(Comparative with 1926-27) 

Schedule 26 — National Revenue 33 

" 27— Finance 33 

" 28— Interior 34 

" 29 — Marine and Fisheries '4 

" S^Patent and Copyright Office :'.) 

" 31— PostOffice 36 

32— Public Works 36 

" 33— Railways and Canals 36 

" 34— Trade and Commerce 36 

" 35— Other Departments- 
Agriculture 37 

Archives 37 

Civil Service Commission 37 

External AfTairs 37 

Government Contracts Supervision Committee 37 

Health 37 

Immigration and Colonization 37 

Indian Affairs 37 

Insurance 37 

Justice 37 

Labour 37 

Legislation 38 

Mines 38 

National Defence 38 

Office of the Secretary to the Governor General 38 

Public Printing and Stationery 38 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police 38 

Secretary of State 38 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishmcnt 38 

Soldier Settlement Board 38 

Superannuation Revenue 38 

Schedule 36— War and Demobilization Receipts 39 

" 37— Special Receipts 39 

SCHEDULKS TO Ca9H StATEMBNT 

Schedule AA — Advances to Foieign Governments 40 

" BB — Insurance and Superannuation Funds 40 

" CC— Trust Funds .40 

" DD — Miscellaneous Current Accounts 40 

" EE — Soldier and General Land Settlement 41 

" FF— Public Works Capital— Canals <1 

" GG— " Railways 41 

" HH— " Miscellaneous... '" 

" II — Advances to Provinces, Banks, etc 

JJ— Savings Banks ' 

" KK— Contingent Fund.- 42 

" LL — Loan Accounts (I 1. S 

" MM — Interest due and unpaiu 43 

COMPARATTVB TaBLKS 

Tftble of Expenditure and Revenue ^| 

Table of Debt of Canada *« 

Table of Receipts from War Tux Revenue . .47 

APPBNDICB9 

No. 1— Funded Debt payable in Canarla and interest payable thereon • M 

No. 2 — Fundefl Debt payable in Ix)ndon and interest payable thereon ' m 

No. 3-»-Funded Debtjpayable in Now York and interest paynblo thereon M 

No. 4 — Statement of Consolidated Fund ^ 

No. 6 — Sinking Fund Purchases ** 

No. 6 — Civil Government, and Miscellaneous Expenditure.^ ** 

No. 7— Interest on Public Debt *^ 

No. 8 — Charges of Management JJ 

No. 9 — Premium, Discount and Exchange Exprr ' S 

No. 10— Superannuation Expenditure . oo 



TABLE OF CONTENTS— Concluded 

Append ICX9 — Concluded 

Paoi 

No. 11 — Public Works Expenditure (chargeable to Income) 104 

Public Works Expenditure (chargeable to Collection of Revenue) 118 

No. 12 — Adjustment of War Claims — Department of National Defence 118 

No. 13 — Interest on Investments 119 

No. 14 — Casual Revenue .■ 122 

No. 15 — Fines and Forfeitures 127 

No. 16 — Premium. Discount and Exchange Revenue 129 

No. 17 — Superannuation Revenue 130 

No. 18 — Superannuation Fund No. 5, Revenue 131 

No. 19 — Loans authorized and redeemed 132 

No. 20 — Superannuation and Ret ircment Fund Acts, Number of Officials, etc 133 

No. 21 — Decayed Pilots Pension P'und 135 

No. 22— Halifax Pilots Pension Fund 135 

No. 23 — St. John Pilots Pension Fund 136 

No. 24— Sydney Pilots Pension Fund 136 

No. 2.5 — Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Railway Co., issue of £1,622,586-19-9 137 

No. 26 — Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Railway Co., issue of $45,000,000 137 

No. 27 — Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Co., issue of £7,350,000 138 

No. 28— Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Alberta Railway Co., issue of £647,260 138 

No. 29 — Statement of Account, Canadian Northern Alberta Railway Co., issue of £733,561 139 

No. 30— Indian Trust Funds 140 

No. 31 — Dominion Notes Circulation 140 

No. 32 — " withdrawn from circulation and destroyed 141 

No. 33 — " issued and' redeemed and in circulation 141 

No. 34 — Silver Recoinage Statement 142 

No. 35 — Copper Recoinage Statement 142 

No. 36 — Dominion Notes issued to Assistant Receivers General 143 

No. 37 — Dominion Notes and Bank Notes in Circulation 143 

No. 38 — Canadian Gold Coin issued by the Mint 144 

No. 39 — Silver and Bronze coinage for Canada 145 

No. 40 — Deportation of American and Newfoundland Coinage 146 

No. 41 — Subsidies to Provinces 147 




Department op Finance, 
Ottawa, January 10, 1929. 



Honourable J. A. Robb, 

Minister of Finance. 



Sir, — I have the honour to submit to you the Public Accounts of Canada 
for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928. 

ORDINARY RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS 

The receipts for the year on account of Consolidated Fund amounted to 
$422,717,982.68, and the expenditure on the same account to $336,167,960.98, 
showing a surplus of ordinary receipts over ordinary expenditures of $86,550,- 
021.70. 



SPECIAL RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

In addition to the ordinary receipts and payments there were special 
receipts of $7,129,568.76 and special expenditures of $3,566,296.72, leaving 
an excess of $3,563,272.04 of receipts over the expenditures as a credit to Con- 
solidated Fund: — 



Special Receipts: — 

War and Demobilization Receipts — 

Refunds of Previous Years' Expenditure.$ 204,974 25 
Payments received on account of Repar- 
ations from Germany — 

Under the Dawes Plan 3 ,002,047 78 

Arrears— Pre-Dawes 3 ,789 ,430 00 

Miscellaneous 133 ,116 73 

$ 7,129,568 76 

Special Expenditures: — 

Adjustment of War Claims $ 1 ,860,985 25 

Cost of Loan Flotations 13,057 70 

Home Bank Depositors' Relief Act 205 ,032 55 

Civil Service Superannuation Act, 1924 

(Government contribution to the Fund) 1,402,210 32 

Miscellaneous Charees 85 ,010 90 

$ 3,566,296 72 

Excess of Special Receipts over Special 

Expenditures $ 3,563,272 04 



X DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

CAPITAL ACCOUNT 

The following outlays were made during the year and charged to Capital — 

Canals (Schedule FF)— 

Trent Canal $ 41 ,023 02 

Welland Ship Canal 14 , 188,495 28 

$14,229,518 30 

Railways (Schedule GO) — 

Canadian Government Railways Exchequer 

Court Awards $ 9,653 09 

Hudson Bay Railway 3,883,026 16 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island 

Railway. 63,418 77 

Canadian Pacific Railway, original con- 
struction 7 1 00 

3,956,169 02 

Total Railways and Canals $18, 185 ,687 32 

Public Works (Schedule HH) — 

Ottawa — New departmental building $ 851 60 

Ottawa Pariiament Building 174 ,963 18 

Ottawa — Expropriation of property bet- 
ween Sparks and Wellington Streets east 

of Elgin Street 42,065 46 

Washington, D.C. — Canadian Legation 

Building and Site 477 ,754 35 

Esquimau, B.C.— New Dry Dock 143 ,291 25 

Port Arthur and Fort William Harbours. . . 103 ,962 49 

Quebec Harbour 46 ,600 87 

Sorel Harbour 188,590 00 

St. John Harbour 181 ,624 44 

Toronto Harbour 14 ,709 10 

St. Lawrence River Improvements — 

Ship Channel Dredging 1 ,921 ,902 56 

Sorel Shipyard 95,561 83 

$ 3,391,877 13 

Total Capital Expenditure $21 ,577 ,564 45 

The following refunds of previous years' expenditure were re('ci\>ed and 
credited to Capital Account — 

Canals — 

Trent Canal $ 820 00 

Welland Canal 224 00 

Welland Ship Canal 465,569 53 

.„j^ 1 466,1.! ■ ■■" 

Railways — 

Canadian Government Railways — Sale of 

S.S. Drummond and McKee ? 36,000 00 

Hudson Bay Railway :r28 ,523 05 

.j04,.)^.) 05 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS zi 

CAPITAL ACCOVNT— Concluded 

Public Works — 

St. Andrews Rapids, Man 68 75 

St. Lawrence River — Sorel Shipyard 711 27 

Government Shipbuilding Programme — 

Sale of Ships 110 000 00 

110,780 02 

$ 941,916 60 

Net Charge to Capital Account $20,635,647 85 

Loans to Merchant Marine 

Loans to the Canadian Government Merchant Marine, Limited, of $999,- 
836.63 were made under authority of the Appropriation Act of 1927. 



DEBT 

The net debt of the Dominion at the close of the fiscal year was $2,296,- 
850,232.92 or a decrease of $50,984,137.17 under the debt as it stood on March 
31, 1927. 

The decrease is accounted for as follows: — 

Revenues — 

Ordinary Revenue $422,717,982 68 

Special Receipts 7,129,568 76 

$ 429,847,551 44 

Expenditures — 

Ordinary Expenditure $ 336,167,960 98 

Special Expenditure 3 ,566,296 72 

Capital Expenditure (net) 20 ,635 ,647 85 

Loans to Canadian Government Mer- 
chant Marine, Limited 999 ,836 63 

Loans to Quebec Harbour Commis- 
sioners 1 ,458,000 00 

Total Expenditures $ 362,827,742 18 

Surplus of Revenues over Expenditures $ 67 ,019 ,809 26 

Soldier Settlement Board Loans — 

Amount transferred to non-active 
assets to provide for revaluations 
and losses 13,935,672 09 

Seed Grain and Relief Advances — 

Amount transferred to non-active 

assets to provide for losses 2,000,000 00 

University Hospital Edmonton transfer- 
red to non-active assets 100 ,000 00 

$ 16,035,672 09 

Net Decrease of Debt :$ 50,984 , 137 17 



xii DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE 

Before the close of the fiscal year 1927-28 the amount of Active Assets 
as previously shown on our balance sheet was reduced by sixteen million dollars 
($16,000,000) on account of the following services: — 

Chapter 68 of the Statutes of 1927 amended the Soldier Settlement Act 
of 1919, and provided for the revaluation of loans to Soldier Settlers 
for the purchase of lands. The Soldier Settlement Board estimated 
that altogether $8,000,000 should be written off on account of this 
revaluation. It was also estimated that losses on the re-sale of stock 
and equipment, as well as of farms which have reverted to the Board, 
would be entailed to the extent of approximately $6,000,000. 

As early as 1876, the Dominion Government through the Department of 
the Interior commenced making advances for Seed Grain and Relief 
to needy settlers of the West. A considerable amount of these advances 
has been outstanding for many years. Many of these accounts to an 
estimated amount of $2,000,000 are of doubtful value as an asset. 



FUNDED DEBT 

The surplus of $67,019,809.26 of revenues over all expenditures for the 
year enabled the Department to provide for the retirement of $61,759,650.00 
of outstanding Bonded Debt in the hands of the public, involving the following 
transactions : — 

The 5 Year 5}4% bonds of the 1922 Renewal Loan amounting to $29,068,- 
400, and the 3 Year 4% Treasury Notes issued in 1924 amounting 
to $8,000,000 matured in November 1927, and were redeemed. 

The 10 Year 53^% bonds of the 1917 Victory Loan amounting to $63,437,- 
250, matured on December 1, 1927. To meet this maturing obligation, 
3 Year 4% Treasury Notes to the amount of $45,000,000 were sold 
to the Chartered Banks of Canada at par. The balance of $18,437,250 
of the maturing bonds was redeemed in cash. 

In addition, $6,254,000 of 5% bonds of the 1923 Refunding Loan, due 
October 15th, 1928, were redeemed in advance of the due date by 
purchase in the open market. 



SAVINGS BANKS 

At the close of the fiscal year, the balance at the credit of depositors in 
the Post Ofiice and Government Savings Banks was $31,103,776.26, a decrease 
of $818,266.53 under the balahce held on March 31st, 1927. The withdrawals 
for the year exceeded the deposits by $1,733,099.07 while $914,832.54 was added 
for interest accrued. 



INVESTMENTS 

Sinking Funds 

Investments on account of Sinking Funds of the various loans were made 
during the year to the amount of $3,418,685.69. The total of the investments 
at the credit of the Smking Funds, which stood at $45,198,200.28 on March 
31, 1927, was therefore increased to $48,616,885.97 on March 31, 1928. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS xiu 

Advances to Harbour Commissioners 

Advances were made under statute to the following Harbour Commis- 
sioners: — 

Montreal Harbour Commissioners $3,105,000 

Quebec Harbour Commissioners 1 ,458,000 

Vancouver Harbour Commissioners 1 ,564,000 



$6,127,000 



During the year, $1,000,000 of Montreal Harbour Commissioners Deben- 
tures held by the Dominion matured and were paid. 

Loans to Banks 

Under authority of the Finance Act, Chap. 70, R.S.C. 1927, advances during 
the year to an aggregate amount of $301,750,000 were made by way of issues 
of Dominion Notes to various banks. On April 1, 1927 the outstanding balance 
on this account was $12,500,000. During the year repayments were received 
to the amount of $278,250,000, leaving a balance of $36,000,000 outstanding 
at the close of the year. 

Soldier Land Settlement Board * 

The Loans outstanding to soldiers settling on the land and for General 
Land Settlement decreased during the year by $804,096.22. This leaves a 
balance outstanding at the close of the year of $83,345,871.25 of which $69,410,- 
199.16 is carried as an Active Asset. The balance $13,935,672.09 has been 
transferred to a Non-Active Account. 

Housing Loans 

The Provincial Governments reduced their indebtedness to the Dominion 
on account of Housing Loans by $9,768,440.00 as follows: — 

Province of Ontario I 9,350,000 00 

Province of Manitoba 165,000 00 

Province of New Brunswick 58,000 00 

Province of Nova Scotia 175 ,000 00 

Province of Quebec 20,440 00 

$ 9,768,440 00 

Foreign Governments 

Foreign Governments have paid all interest due on their obligations. In 
addition, the Government of Belgium paid $4,528,336.00 on account of principal, 
thereby liquidating their debt in full. The Government of Greece, under 
agreement, paid $195,000.00 on account of principal. The outstanding foreign 
debts are thus reduced to $7,280,000.00 owing by Greece and $23,969,720.00 
owing by Roumania. 

DOMINION NOTES 

The circulation of Dominion Notes stood at $188,631,489.61 on March 31, 
1928, being an increase of $16,463,850.39 as compared with the circulation 
at the close of last year. Gold held as security amounted to $92,913,894.66. 
Of the total amount of Notes outstanding, $36,000,000.00 were against approved 
securities held by the Department under the Finance Act. 



xiv DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

GUARANTEED SECURITIES 

Canadian National Railway Company: 

An issue by the Canadian National Railway Company of $65,000,000 4^% 
30- Year Gold Bonds dated July Ist, 1927, was guaranteed as to principal and 
interest by the Dominion of Canada. The issue was sold to Blair and Com- 
pany, Inc., the Chase Securities Corporation and the Equitable Trust Com- 
pany of New York, at a price of 97.02 and accrued interest. This issue was 
authorized as follows: — 

$20,000,000 — under authority of the Canadian National Refunding Act 
1927, Chapter 27, to refund a like amount of 4% Dominion guaranteed 
3-Year Notes which matured July 1, 1927. 

$15,000,000 — ^under authority of Appropriation Act No. 3, Chapter 3 of 
the Statutes of 1926-27. 

$16,600,000 — under authority of Appropriation Act No. 6, Chapter 76 of 
the Statutes of 1926-27. 

$13,400,000 — ^under authority of the Special Acts in connection with the 
Toronto Viaduct Scheme and the construction of various branch lines. 

Canadian National (West Indies) Steamships, Limited: 

Under authority of the Canadian National Steamships' Act, Chapter 29 
of the Statutes of 1927 and Order in Council, P.C. 340 March 1st, 1928, the 
guarantee of the Dominion of Canada was given to $10,000,000 il4% temporary 
bonds of the Canadian National (West Indies) Steamships, Limited. 

Harbour Commissions: 

Under autliority of Chapter 58 of the Statutes of 1924 and Orders in Council 
P.C. 1094 of June 8th, 1927 and P.C. 1862 September 24th, 1927, a 4^% 
Interim Debenture of the Montreal Harbour Commission for $4,000,000 was 
issued and guaranteed as to principal and interest and pledged as collateral 
for temporary financing with the Royal Bank of Canada. 

Under authority of the new Westminster Harbour Commissioners' Act, 
Chapter 158 of the Statutes of 1913 and Orders in Council P.C. 687 of May 
2nd, 1928 and P.C. 1105 of June 26th, 1928, an issue of $700,000 debentures 
of the new Westminster Harbour Commission, dated April 2nd, 1928, bearing 
interest at the rate of 4^% per annum was guaranteed as to principal and 
interest. 

Under Sec. 15 of the St. John Harbour Commissioners' Act, Chap. 67 of the 
Statutes of 1926-27, the Government of Canada is liable in the event of 
default by the Harbour Commissioners to pay interest and principal on an 
indebtedness of $2,135,118.00 representing the value of Harbour Works trans- 
ferred by the City of St. John to the Commissioners. 

Respectfully submitted, . 

J. C' SAUNDERS, 

Deputy Minister of Finance. 



BALANCE SHEET 

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 
CONDENSED CASH STATEMENT 



SCHEDULES 

COMPARATIVE TABLES 

APPENDICES 



1—1 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



THE DOMINION 
BALANCE SHEET 

Assets — % cts. 

Cash on hand and in Banks 45,829,382 04 

Specie Reserve 95 ,352 ,702 32 

Advances to Provinces, Banks, etc., per schedule A 114 ,752 ,859 28 

Advances to Foreign Governments, per schedule B 31,249,720 00 

Soldier and General Land Settlement Loans, per schedule C 69 ,410 , 199 16 

Miscellaneous Current Accounts, per schedule D 23,692,147 20 



Balance being Net Debt March 31, 1928 (exclusive of 

interest accrued and outstanding) carried forward. .2,290,850,232 92 

2,677,137,242 92 



$ cts. 

Public Works, Canals, per schedule E 201 ,448,019 00 

Public Works, Railways, per schedule F 429 ,830,119 93 

Public Works, Miscellaneous, per schedule G 200 ,497 ,882 36 

Military Property and Stores, per schedule H 12 ,034 , 169 85 

Territorial Accounts, per schedule 1 9,895,947 68 

Railway Accounts (Old), per schedule J 88 ,398 ,828 78 

Railway Accounts (Loans non-active), per schedule J\ . . . 611 ,747,239 63 

Canadian Government Merchant Marine, Limited 10,474,509 85 

Miscellaneous Investments and Other Accounts (non- 
active), per schedule L 32,610,419 82 

Balance Consolidated Fund brought 

forward $790 ,026 ,389 76 

Excess of Revenue over Expenditure, 

year ended March 31, 1928 90, 113 ,293 74 

099,913,096 02 



2,296,850,232 92 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



OF CANADA 

MARCH 31, 1928 

Liabilities — | cts. 

Dominion Notes in Circulation 188,631 ,489 61 

Bank Circulation Redemption Fund 5 ,929 ,219 02 

Post Office Account — Money Orders, Postal Notes, etc., 

outstanding 5,489,215 26 

Savings Bank Deposits, per schedule M 31 , 103 ,776 26 

Insurance and Superannuation Funds, per schedule N. . . 51,639,110 36 

Trust Funds, per schedule 19,755,617 21 

Contingent Kimds, per schedule P 1 , 627 ,575 48 

Province Accounts, per schedule Q 9,623,816 77 

Miscellaneous Current Accounts, per schedule R 99 ,673 23 

Temporary Loans, per schedule S 201 ,000 00 

Funded Debt, per schedule T 2,360,158,675 48 

Interest Due and Unpaid, per schedule U 2,878,074 24 

2,677,137,242 92 



I cts. 
Balance Net Debt March 31, 1928, brought forward 2,296,850,232 92 



2,296,850,232 92 



Non— The guarantee of the E>omtnion of Canada has bean given to Railway and othar Securitia 
\itUd is Schedule V. 



OttU-U 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



THE DOMINION 

Expenditure and 

Year ended 



Expenditure 



Ordinary 

Agriculture, per schedule No. 1 7 

Finance, per schedule No. 2 3 

" Interest on Public Debt, per schedule No. 2 128 

" Subsidies to Provinces, per schedule No. 2 12 

Immigration and Colonization, per schedule No. 3 

Indian Affairs, per schedule No. 4 

Interior, per schedule No. 5 

Justice, per schedule No. 6 

Labour, per schedule No. 7 

Legislation, per schedule No. 8 .* 

Marine and Fisheries, per schedule No. 9 

Mines, per schedule No. 10 

National Defence, per schedule No. 11 17 

National Revenue, per schedule No. 12 12 

Pensions, per schedule No. 13 39 

Post Office, per schedule No. 14 33 

Public Works, per schedule No. 15 15 

Railways and Canals, per schedule No. 16 8 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, per schedule No. 17 2 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment, per schedule No. 18 6 

Soldier and General Land Settlement, per schedule No. 19. . . 1 

Trade and Commerce, per schedule No. 20 5 

Other Departments, per schedule No. 21 3 

Miscellaneous, per schedule No. 22 2 



% cts. 
467.062 86 
,713 62 
,944 58 
,740 50 
,715 32 
,465 71 
,796 44 
,419 75 
,620 50 
,725 03 
,131 93 
,743 84 
,638 24 
,714 89 
,129 50 
,561 72 
,590 69 
,878 02 
,808 93 
,018 86 
,445 66 
,617 29 
,937 94 
,539 16 



242, 

902. 

516, 

045 

401 

841 

385 

640, 

060, 

375 

202, 

659, 

591 

778, 

823 

801 

740, 

349, 

991 

3S6, 

683, 

575, 

702, 



336,167,960 98 



Special 

Adjustment of War Claims, per schedule No.23 $1,860,985 25 
Cost of Loan Flotations, per schedule No. 24. 13,057 70 
Miscellaneous charges, per schedule No. 25. . . . 1,692,253 77 



3,566,296 72 
339,734,257 70 



Balance being excess of Revenue over Expenditure carried to 

Consolidated Fund 90,113,293 74 



429,847,551 44 



Capital 
Expenditure $ eta. 

Canals, per schedule FF (to ca.sh statement) 14 ,229 ,518 30 

Railways, per schedule CG (to cash statement) 3 ,956 , 169 02 

Public Works, per schedule HH (to cash statement) 3 ,391 ,877 13 



21,577,564 45 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

OF CANADA 
Revenue Account 

March 31, 1928 

Revenue 

Ordinary $ cts. 
National Revenue, per schedule No. 26 — 

Customs Import Duties 150,985,817 65 

Excise Duties 57 ,400,897 46 

Sales Tax, Tax on Cheques, Transport- 
ation Tax, etc 90,222,931 32 

Income Tax 56,571,047 39 

Business Profits Tax , 956 ,031 44 

Trust and Loan Companies Tax 345,429 85 

Sundry Collections 854,168 90 



Finance, per schedule No. 27 — 

Chartered Banks 1 ,224,644 46 

Insurance Companies 999 ,003 34 

Interest on Investments 10,937,822 38 

Sundry Collections 1 ,046,279 81 



363,336,324 01 



14,207,749 99 

Interior, per schedule No. 28 3,718,669 53 

Marine and Fisheries, per schedule No. 29 849,944 06 

Patent and Copyright Office, per schedule No. 30 495,791 84 

Post Office, per schedule No. 31 31,567,218 49 

Public Works, per schedule No. 32 587 ,352 28 

Railways and Canals, per schedule No. 33 1 ,528 ,879 47 

Trade and Commerce, per schedule No. 34 3 ,712 ,667 89 

Other Departments, per schedule No. 35 2,713,385 12 



Special 

War and Demobilization Receipts, per 

schedule No. 36 204,974 25 

Miscellaneous Receipts, per schedule No. 37 6,924,594 51 



422,717,982 68 



7,129,568 76 



429,847,551 44 

Account 

Receipts S cts. 

Canals, per schedule FF (to cash statement) 466,613 63 

Railways, per schedule GG (to cash statement) 364 ,523 05 

Public Works, per schedule HH (to cash statement) 110,780 02 

Balance carried to Capital Account 20,635,647 86 

21,577,564 45 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



CONDENSED CASH 
Year ended 



Receipts 



Balance from fiscal year 1926-27- 



cts. 



Banks in Canada $ 16,825,035 64 

Banks in New York 4,790,632 30 

Bank of Montreal, London, England. . 566,451 02 



22,182,118 96 

Dominion Notes 16 ,463 ,850 39 

Specie Reserve 5,583,230 70 

Bank Circulation Redemption Fund 80 , 188 92 

Post Office Account — Money Orders, Postal Notes, etc 581 ,384 94 

Advances to Foreign Governments, per schedule A. A 4,723,336 00 

Insurance and Superannuation Funds, per schedule B.B 8,934,379 45 

Trust Funds, per schedule C.C 1 ,295,448 42 

Miscellaneous Current Accounts, per schedule D.D 12,076,764 51 

Soldier and General Land Settlement, per schedule E.E 804 ,096 22 

Consolidated Fund, per Expenditure and Revenue Accounts.. 90,113,293 74 



$162,838,092 25 



NoTS— Where there have been both Receipts and Diabursemcnta affecting the above indicatad 
ftccounta, the net amount only ia shown. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



STATEMENT 
March 31, 1928 

Capital Accounts — 



Payments 

$ cts. 



Public Works, Canals, per schedule F.F..$13,762,904 77 
Public Works, Railways, per schedule G.G. 3,591,645 97 
Public Works, Miscellaneous, per sched- 
ule H.H 3,281,C97 11 

20,635,647 85 

Loan to Canadian Government Merchant Marine, Limited.. 999,836 63 

Loan to Quebec Harbour Commission 1 ,458 ,000 00 

Advances to Provinces, Banks, etc., per schedule LI 17,400,560 00 

Savings Bank Deposits, per schedule J.J 818,266 53 

Contmgent Funds, per schedule K. K 311 ,278 60 

Loan Accounts (Funded Debt), per schedule L.L 75,236,521 36 

Interest due and unpaid, per schedule M.M 148,599 24 

Balance to fiscal year 1928-29 — 

Banks in Canada $28,463,246 66 

Banks in New York 7,778,581 51 

Bank of Montreal, London, England 9,587,553 87 

45,829,382 04 



$ 162,838,092 25 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SHEET 



Ct8. 



cts, 



cts. 



ScHBOuie "A" 

AiX'inces to Provinces, lianks, etc. — 

Province of British ('olurnbia (Housing Loans) 

Province of Manitoba (Housing Loans) 

Province of New Brunswick (Housing Loans) 

Province of Nova S«)tia (Housing Loans) 

Province of Prince Edward Island (Housing Loans) . 
Province of Quebec (Housing Loans) 



1,701,500 00 
1,660.000 00 
l,2r)0,000 00 
1,362.000 00 
50,000 00 
7,317.402 72 



Loans to Banks, "Finance Act." Chap 70, R.S. 1927. 

Montreal Harbour Commission 

Montreal Turnpike Trust 

St. John Bridge and Railway Extension Company... 
Vancouver Harbour Commission 



ScHEDtTLE "B" 



Advances to Foreign Governments- 

Greek Government 

Roumanian Government 



ScHBDtriiB "C" 

Soldier and General Land Settlement Loans — 

Soldier Land Settlement Loans 

General Land Settlement Loans 

Land Settlement, Purchased I^nds 

Less — Soldier Land Settlement Assurance Fund. . 

Land Settlement Suspense Account 

Amount transferred to non-active accounts to 
provide for revaluations and losses 



Schbduij: "D" 

Miscellaneovt Current Accounts — 

Advances to Royal Mint — Gold Purchase Account. . . 
" Silver Purchase Account . . 

" Copper Purchase Account. 

•' Nickel Purchase Account., 



77,906,181 76 

6,063.068 47 

260,431 23 



663,916 39 
219,893 82 

13,935,672 09 



1,398.871 29 

2.891.398 53 

22,465 20 

44,221 37 



Bank of Montreal. Provincial Notes Suspense 

Cauula Grain Act Advance Account 

Canadian Government Railways "Open Accounts". 
" "Stores" 



6,042,932 52 
9,757.420 40 



Dominion Assay Office Gold Purchase Account 

Empire Settlement Scheme, Advances under 

Foreign Coin withdrawn from circulation 

Imperial Government Account 

King's Printer Advance — Printing 

King's Printer Advance — Stationery 

Saskatchewan Government See<l Grain Advances of 1908 
Seed Grain and Relief, Dci ■''•♦'""' ♦ '■' ♦'■" T-tori-r 
Less amount transferp 

St. John and Quebec Railway "Stores" 



4.000,499 14 
2,000,000 00 



SCHBDtn.E "E" 
PtMic Works (Canals)— 

Burlington Bay Canal 

Charably Canal, River Richelic 
Improvement to Trent Canal. . 

Lachine Canal 

Lake St. Peter 

Murray Canal 

Ottawa Works 

Qaebeo Canals 

Rideaa Canal 



13.340.902 72 
36.000.000 00 
48,980.000 00 
133.156 56 
433,900 00 
15,864,900 00 



114.752,859 28 



7,280,000 00 
23,969,720 00 



84,229,681 46 



14,819,482 30 



4, 356, 9.56 39 
27,622 83 

5,851 68 



15,800.352 02 

76.133 75 

148,238 39 

68.190 26 

9,206 43 

123.830 29 

70.445 

93.228 46 



2,903.499 14 
2.590 94 



308.328 32 

580.092 fiO 

569,067 70 

11,142.580 65 

1.164.235 (» 

1.248,»46 71 

6.876.244 17 

34.841 60 

143.411 12 



31,249.720 00 



69.410,199 16 



23.692,147 20 



Carried forward 22.056.748 (B 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SHEET— Continued 



I 



I cts. 



t cts. 



S cts. 



Brought forwtuxl 

Schedule "E" — Concluded 

PMie Works (Canals)— Concluded 

Sault Ste. Marie Canals 

St. Anne's Lock — Railway Bridge at Isle Perrot. 

St. Lawrence Canals 

St. Lawrence Ship Canal 

St. Ours Locks 

St. Peters Canal 

Tay River Navigation • 

Trwit River Navigation 

Welland Canal 

Welland Ship Canal 

Miscellaneous 



22.056.748 03 



4.935, 

150, 

34.143, 

133, 

5. 

492, 

476, 

19,067, 

29,903, 

90,082, 



809 42 
000 00 
925 00 
896 80 
600 91 
023 82 
128 73 
746 81 
557 66 
366 82 
125 00 



Schedule "F" 

PMxe Works (Railways)— 
Canadian Government Railtnays — 

Canadian Government Railways 

Cape Breton Railway 

Caraquet and Gulf Shore Railway 

Elgin and Havelock Railway 

Hudson Bay Railway 

Intercolonial Railway 

International Railway of New Brunswick 

Lotbini^re and M^gantic Railway 

National Transcontinental Railway 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Quebec Bridge 

Quebec and Saguenay Railway 

^lisbury and Albert Railway 

St. Martin's Railway 

York and Carleton Railway 

Other Railways and Miscelianeous — 

Digby and Annapolis Railway 

Hudson Bay Railway, Port Nelson Terminals 

Hudson Bay Railway, Fort Churchill Terminals 

North Railway 

Governor General's cars 

Miscellaneous 



201.448,019 00 



72,712, 

104, 

209, 

33, 

19,910, 

120.174, 

2,681, 

336, 

164,583, 

360, 

11.744, 

21.706, 

6.892, 

84, 

72, 

20, 



060 92 
520 m 
950 00 
530 00 
08.T 03 
668 97 
377 35 
875 00 
262 41 
790 66 
641 78 
664 49 
575 85 
390 41 
624 91 
976 16 



421.628.894 48 



660,683 09 

6,320.360 24 

880.643 30 

250.000 00 

71.538 82 

18,000 00 



8.201.225 45 



Scheoulb "G" 

Public Works (Miscellaneous) — 

Bare Point Breakwater 

Canadian Building, London. England , 

Canadian Legation Building and Site. Washington, D.C. 

Cape Tormentine Harbour 

Esquimau Graving Dock 

Georgian Bay to Montreal Waterway Survey 

Government Buildings. Ottawa 

Government Shipbuilding ProgiBmme 

Halifax Dry Dock 

Halifax Ele\&U)T Site 

Improvements to the St. Lawrence 

Kingston Graving Dock 

Land and Cable Telegraph Lines 

Levis Graving Dock 

Montreal Harbour Improvements 

New Dominion Building. Toronto 

Ottawa, Expropriation of Property between Sparks and 

Wellington Streets, east of Elgin 

Port Arthur and Fort William and River Kaministiquia 

Port Colbome Harbour 

Quebec Harbour Improvements 



429.830.119 9:i 



217, 

1.539, 

477, 

236, 

7,663, 

918, 

28,039, 

55,653, 

1.5^, 

46, 

34,710, 

U6, 

t48, 

971, 

1.000, 

1.166, 

4S, 

14.083, 

MM, 

9.319, 



995 90 
073 11 
754 35 
860 63 
843 79 
796 85 
500 32 
583 43 
827 48 
063 27 
785 86 
580 36 
S20 77 
892 58 
843 88 
646 95 

005 46 
676 98 
459 80 
353 85 



Carried forward 160.410.030 051 



10 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SHEET— Coniinued 



eta. 



cts. 



cts. 



Brooght forward 

ScHXDCLi "G" — Concluded 

Public Works (Miscellaneous) — Concluded 

Rainy River, Lock and Dam 

Sorel Harbour Improvements 

St. Andrews Rapids, including Red River Improvements 

St. John Harbour Improvements 

Tiffin Harbour Improvements 

Toronto Harbour Improvements 

Vancouver Harbour 

Victoria Harbour, Ontario, Improvements 

Victoria Harbour, British Columbia, Improvements. 
Yukon Territory Works 



SCHBDTJUB "H" 

Military Property and Stores — 

Military Property and Stores 

Lb88 — Fort Osborne Barracks, Winnipeg. 

St. Helen's Island Barracks Site. . 

Toronto Barracks Sllfe 



SCBEDULB "I" 
Territorial Accounts — 

Northwest Territories, Organization 

Northwest Territories, Purchase 

Expenses connected with the Northwest Rebellion. 

Dominion I-ands to March 31, 1911 

Less — Received from Dominion Lands 



SCHIDUUC "J" 

Railway Accounts (Old) — 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Grand Trunk Railway Debenture Account. 

Grand Trunk Railway Interest Account 

Grand Trunk Railway Special Account 



ScHEDin<> "K" 

Railway Acc/mnts (Loans Non-active) — 
Canadian Northern Railway — 
Ontario Interest Account (Sec. 10, Chap. 6, Acta of 1911) 

Interest Account (Chap. 20, Acts of 1914) 

Loan Account, 1914 (Chap. 4, Acts of 1915) 

Loan Account, 1916 (Chap. 29, Acts of 1916) 

Purchase of Capital Stock (Chap. 24, Acta of 1917, Sec. 4, 

Subsec. 3) 

Acquisition of Capital Stock, Legislation 1917 (7-8 

George V, Chap. 24) 

Loan on account of Interest and Equipment, (Act No. 1, 

Legislation of 1918) 

Loan under authority of vote 106, Appropriation Act, 

No. 4. 1919 

Loan under authority of vote 127, Appropriation Act, 

No. 4, 1920 

I^oan under authority of vote 126, Appropriation Act, 

No. 2, 1921 

Loan under auUiority of vote 136, Appropriation Act 

No. 1,1922 

Loan under War Measures Act 



Grand Trunk Railxvay — 
Loan under authority of vote 478, Appropriation Act 

No. 4, 1920 

Loan under auUiority of vote 126, Appropriation Act 
No. 2, 1921 



Carried forward 80.293,435 18 265,408,804 28 



62,947 27 

19.783 10 

1,250 65 



10.425,395 92 
4,275,526 11 



2,396, 
5.294, 
10,000, 
15,000, 

10,000, 

25,000. 

25,000. 

35,000, 

48,611, 

44,419, 

42,800, 
1,887, 



099 68 
000 02 
000 00 
000 00 

000 00 

000 00 

000 00 

000 00 

077 00 

806 42 

000 00 
821 16 



25,000,000 00 
55,293,435 18 



16C,410,030 05 



133 80 

188,590 00 

1,569.776 99 

17,458,519 58 

481,621 59 

8,974,912 79 

3,600,078 73 

761,801 79 

5,131,024 94 

1,921,392 10 



12,118,150 87 



83,981 02 



1,460,000 00 

1,460,000 00 

826,077 87 



6,149,869 81 



62,791,435 25 

15.142.633 34 

10,457,458 01 

7,302 18 



265,408,804 28 



200,497,882 36 



12,034,169 85 



9,895,947 68 



88,398,828 78 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SHEET— Continued 



11 



W 



$ cts 



I eta 



S cts. 



Brought forward 

ScBEDCUE "K" — Concluded 



80,293.435 18 265,406,804 28 



Railway Aettmnts (Loans Non-active) — Concluded 
Grand Trunk Railtcay — Concluded. 

Loan under authority of vote 137, Appropriation Act 

No. 1 , 1922 , 

Grand Trunk Pacific Loan of 1913 (Chap. 23 of Acta of 
1913). Guaranteed by Grand Trunk Railway Co.. 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railvpay — 

Loan Account of 1914 i^Chap. 4 of Acts of 1915) 

3 per cent Mortgage Bonds 'Chap.24, 3-4 Geo. V, 1913) 

Interest Account, Appropriation Act No. 2, 1916 

Loan Account, Appropriation Act No. 4, 1917 

Loan Account, Appropriation Act, 1918 

Receiver Account, O.C. 26th March, 1919. P.C. 635. . . 
Guaranteed Interest Account (Guaranteed by the Dom- 
inion of Canada) 

Branch Lines Coupons (Guaranteed by the Provinces of 
Alberta and Saskatchewan) , 



23,288.747 15 
15.000.000 00 



6.000.000 00 
33,093,333 23 
7,081,783 45 
5,038,053 72 
7.471,399 93 
45,764,162 35 

8.704,662 65 

2,898.536 98 



Canadian National Railtcays — 
Loan under authority of Appropriation Act. 1923. 
Loan under authority of Appropriation Act. 1924. 
Loan under authority of Appropriation Act. 1925. 
Loan under authority of Appropriation Act. 1926. 



24.550,000 00 
10,000.000 00 
10,000,000 00 
10,000.000 00 



Loam to Railtcays — 
Purchase of Railway Equipment, Chap. 38. Statutes of 
1918 , 



SCHSDUUE "L" 

Itiscellaneoua Investments and other Accounts (Non-active) — 
EarlTjf Selkirk Mortgage on property in Township of 

Moulton 

Grand Trunk Railway Preference Stock 

High Commissioners "Suspense" 

ItfJian Government 

Quebec Harbour Commission 

Quebec Turnpike Trust Bond 

Russian Government Account 

Seed Grain and Relief — Department of the Interior. . . 

Soldier and General Land Settlement Loans 

Southern Alberta Land CcMnpany.now the Canada Land 

and Irrigation Company , 

Three Rivers Harbour Debentures 

Less — Sinking Funds 



81,760 97 
2.306 41 



University Hospital— Edmonton. Alberta 

Unpaid Coupons — New York Loans "Suspense". 

Victoria Shipowners, Limited 

Victorj' Loan, 1918, Interest Suspense 



SCHKDUU "M" 

Savings Bank Dejaositt — 

Post Office Savings Banks 

Dominion Government Savings Banks. 



SCBBOULI "N" 

Inturance and Superannuation Funds — 

Government Annuities 

Insurance Fund. Civil Service 

Returned Soldiers' Insurance 

Retirement Fund 

Civil Service Superannuation and Retirement Art. 1893, 

Chap. 17, R.8. 1906 

Chril Service Superannimtion .Act, 1924. Chan. 24. R.8. 

lltt7 



118,582,182 33 



116,051.932 31 

54,550,000 00 
57,154,320 71 



611,747,239 63 



13.900 00 

121.739 65 

4,230 95 

702 52 

15,229.995 68 

20.000 00 

55,571 82 

2.000,000 00 

13,935,672 09 

380.473 74 



79.452 56 
100,000 00 

45,913 50 

621.987 05 

780 26 



S2. 610. 419 82 



3S,46S.209 91 
7.640.566 35 



81.108.776 M 



14.719.484 M 
4.418,854 91 
5,964.246 99 
4.757.505 45 

1,897.316 79 

19.881.701 96 



51.639.110 86 



12 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SHEET— Continued 



cts, 



eta. 



cts. 



SCHSDULa "O" 
Trust Fund* — 

Alberta School Lands 

Burrard Dry Dock Pontoons 

Common School Fund 

Canadian M ilitary Canteen Funds 

Canadian National Railways — 

Equipment issue, 1923, Kedemption Account 

Guaranteed Bond issues (outstanding interest). 



1.000 00 
62,950 00 



Contractors Securities 

Decayed Pilots Fund 

Less — ^Amount invested in Bonds (Appendix No. 21) 

Empress of Ireland Relief Fund 

Halifax Pilots' Pension Fund 

Lras — ^Amount invested in Bonds (Appendix No. 22) 



105.846 62 
87,000 00 



75.930 13 
68,393 33 



Immigration Guarantee and Special Funds 

Indian Funds 

Manitoba School Lands 

Militia and Defence Regimental Funds 

Military Estates No. 1 

Military Estates No. 2 

Royal Military College — Cadet Funds 

Saskatchewan School Lands 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment— War Service Gratuity 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment — Pensions, etc 

St. John Pilots' Pension Fund 

Less — Amount invested in Bonds (Appendix No. 23) 

Strathcona Trust Fund 

Sydney Pilots' Pension Fund 

Less — Amount invested in Bonds (Appendix No. 24) 



Schedule "P" 
Conlingenl Funds — 

Banque du Peuple 

Banque St. Hyacinthe 

Banque St. Jean 

Banque Ville Marie 

Bank of Vancouver 

Bank of Yarmouth 

Board of Pension Commissioners, Mennonite Funds 

Briton Medical and General Life Association Funds 

Cash 8uspen.se. . 

Central Bank 

Columbia River 

Commercial Bank of Manitoba 

Fanners' Hank 

Home Bank of Canada 

Income Tax, (Appeals) Suspense 

Interior Department, Suspense 

Internment Operations 

Land Assurance Fund 

Ontario Bank 

Outstanding Cheques 

Prisoners of War 

Railway Grade Crossing Fund 

Railways and Canals. Susix-nso 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Special 

Soveicign Bank of Canada 

St. Stephens Bank 

Unclaimed cheques. C. G. Railways 

Unclaimed dividends re liquidation under Bankruptcy 

Act 

Victory I^oan 1917, at crwlit of sub.9cril>er8 in arrears 

Victory Ixmn 1918, at credit of subscribers in arrears. . . 

Victory Ixmui 1919, at credit of subscribers in arrears 

Victory Ix>aii8 CanvMsers Stupmue 

York County Loan and Savings Co. (In Liquidation).... 



41,646 32 
39,000 00 



34,498 IS 
25,800 00 



439,645 61 

7.418 96 

2.660,571 30 

20,000 00 



63.960 00 
1,061,093 51 



18.846 62 
897 87 



7,536 80 

372,005 90 

13.203.366 84 

14,858 95 

122,894 50 

133,453 70 

19,613 20 

13,284 60 

404,674 47 

174,464 09 

505,695 79 



2.646 32 
600,000 00 



8,698 18 



14,340 85 
7,247 00 
1,917 23 
4,549 59 
3,727 12 

859 82 
5.246 29 

281 06 

502,074 98 

2,225 94 

2.818 04 
6,450 56 
2,044 52 

58,954 36 

7,200 00 

717 00 

23,085 89 

11,364 20 

21,708 23 

18,3.73 65 

6,288 73 

631,645 84 

5,082 95 

582 21 

9.819 99 
11,309 67 

1,157 48 

25.248 36 
96.805 82 
63,584 65 
43.655 05 
1,629 58 
35,506 89 



19,755,617 21 



1,627.575 48 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SHEET— Continued 



13 



cts. 



cts 



eta. 



Schedule "Q" 

Province Accounts — 

Province of British Columbia Debt Account 

Province of J^anitoba Debt Account 

Province of Nova Scotia Debt Account 

Province of New Brunswick Debt Account 

Province of Ontario Debt Account (47 Vic. C. 4) 

Province of Prince Edward Island Debt Account 

Province of Quebec Debt Account (47 Vic. C. 4) 

Less — Province of Nova Scotia Suspense Account 

Province of Prince Kdward Island Land Account 
Province of Quebec Debt Account 



Schedule "R" 

MUcellaneoiia Current Accounts — 

Indian Affairs "Special" 

St. John and Quebec Railway (Open Accounts) . 

Unpaid Debentures 

Unpaid Warrants 

Walter J. King — Suspense Account 



583, 
3.578, 
1,055, 

529, 
2,848, 

775, 
2,549, 



021 40 
941 20 
433 64 
299 39 
289 52 
791 83 
213 61 



40, 

782, 
1.473, 



161 86 
402 33 
609 63 



11,919,990 59 



2,296,173 82 



26.524 60 

54.022 26 

17,236 04 

81 76 

1,808 57 



Schedule "S" 

Temporary Loans — 

Loan of 1917-19. New- York, 5 per cent, due Aug. 1, 1919, 
5 per cent Debenture Stock 



1.000 00 
200,000 00 



Schedule "T" 
Funded Debt— 
Payable in Canada — 

Provincial Notes, Nova Scotia 

Unpaid Warrants, Prince Edward Island 

Compensation to Seigneurs 

Compensation to Townships. 

Province of New Brun.swick. 6 per cent Loan Debentures 

Province of Canada, 5 per cent Loan Debentures 

Dominion Stock, issue A , 6 per cent 

" B,3i per cent 

" C.3§ per cent 

Debenture Stock. 5 per cent 1919 

Debenture Stock, 5 per cent School Lands — 

Province of Alberta 

Province of Manitoba 

Province of Saskatchewan 



7,839,000 00 
5,850,000 00 
15,275.000 00 



Debenture Stock, 5| per cent 1921 

War Savings C^ertificates 

Dominion of C^anada Savings Certificates 

War Savings and Thrift Stamps 

Dominion of Canada War Loan, 1915-25. 6 per cent. 

« " 1916-31. 5 per cent. 

" " 1917-37. 5 per cent. 

Victory Ix>an 1917, 84 per cent, due 1922 

1927 

" " 1937 



121.000 00 

1.803.700 00 

230,290.850 00 



28.964, 

20, 

19, 

104, 

76, 

62,931, 

90,166, 



Victory Imvh 1918, 5J per cent, due 1923 



182,300 00 



1933 446,088,800 00 



Victory I>oan 1919, 5| per cent, due 1924. 

1934. 



85,850 00 
511.910.050 00 



287.724. 

440.811, 
511.000, 



184 05 
549 59 
140 15 
153 00 
600 00 
400 00 
000 00 
800 00 

vm 67 

000 00 



000 00 
200 00 
155 00 
825 00 
829 50 
000 00 
600 00 
900 00 



580 00 
100 00 
800 00 



9.623,816 77 



99.673 23 



201,000 00 



Carried forward 1.3M,»4S,752 »«l 



14 



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SCHEDULES TO BALANCE ^REET— Continued 



Ct8. 



Ct8 



Ota. 



Brought forward 

Schedule "T"— Concluded 

Funded Z)e6<— Concluded 

Payable in Canada — Concluded 
Renewal Loan 1922, b\ per cent, due 1927. 

1932. 



553,700 00 
73,325,150 00 



Refunding Loan 1923, 5 per cent, due 1928. 

1943. 



46,746,000 00 
147,000,000 00 



Refunding Loan 1924, 4J per cent, due 1944 

Refunding Loan 1925, 4J per cent, dne 1940 

Refunding Loan 1926, a\ per cent, due 1930 

Refunding Loan 1926. 4J per cent, due 1946 

Three Year Treasury Notes, 4 per cent, due Dec. 1, 1930 



Len Sinking Funds — 
War Loan, 1916-31.. 
1917-37.. 
Sinking Funds Cash 



Payable in London — 
3) per cent Loan 1884 (1909-31). 



20,000,000 00 
45,000,000 00 



799,300 00 
379,800 00 
340,177 90 



3J 

3J 

3 

3 

3 

2i 

4 



Canadian Pacific Railway Land Grant 

Loan, due July 1, 1938 

1930-50 

1888, due Juiy 1, 1938. .. .'..".' '.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

1892, due July 1, 1938 

1894, due July 1, 1938 

1897,dueOct. 1,1947 

1940-00 



23,467,206 27 

15,056,006 66 
137,058.841 00 

8,071.230 Hi 
18,250,000 00 
10,950,000 00 

4,888,185 64 
93,926,666 66 



LeaM Sinking Funds held on account of — 

Loan of 1884 

3i per cent Loan 1930-50 

4 per cent Loan of 1940-60 



14,002,161 63 
22,200,478 18 
11,235.146 16 



Payable in Nevo-York — 

5 per cent Bond I^oan 1915-35 

5 per cent Public Service I^oan 1916, due 1926. 
5 per cent Public Service Loan 1016, due 19.31 . 



5,000 00 
25,000,000 00 



5| per cent Bond Loan 1919-29. 
5 per cent Bond Loan 1922-52. . 
4) per cent Bond Loan 1926-36. 



SCHBDCLE "U" 

InUreat due and unpaid — 

Unpaid Interest (Domestic Loans) 

" (New York I^oans) 

" (Ix>ndon Ixtans) 

Unpaid Dividends, Province of British Columbia 

" Province of Canada 

" Province of New Brunswick 

" Province of Nova Scotia 

" Province of Prince Kdward Island. 
** Dominion Stock 



1,308,043.752 06 



73,878,850 00 



193,746.000 00 
50.000.000 00 
75,000,000 00 



65,000,000 00 
45,000.000 00 



1,871,568.602 96 



1,519,277 90 



1,870,040,32506 



311,668.136 39 



47,437.784 97 



264,230,350 42 



874,000 00 



25,005,000 00 
60,000,000 00 
100.000,000 00 
40.000,000 00 



225,879,000 00 



2,360.1S8.67ft48 



2,040,719 48 

770,560 80 

46,438 03 

33 67 

4,663 18 

1,270 00 

795 80 

867 25 

3,717 33 



2,878.074 24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES TO BALANCE SHEET—C oncluded 



15 




Amount 
Authorized 



Amount outstanding 
at March 31. 1928 



Held by the 
Public 



Held by the 

Minister of 

Finance 



SCHEDUUB "V" 
OvamnUed Securities — 
Rcalvny Securities Guaranteed as to Principal and Interest- 

1. Canadian Northern Rv. Co., 3 per cent deb. stock 

due 1953, £1.923,287- 0-0 

2. Cmadian Northern Ry. Co., 3i per cent deb. stock 

due 1958, £l,622,58ft-19- 9 

3. Canadian Northern Ont. Ry. Co., 3J per cent deb 

stock due 1961. £7,350.000- 0-0 

4. Canadian Northern Alta. Ry. Co., 3J per cent deb 

stock due 1960. £647,260- 6-6 

6. Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. Co., 3 per cent bonds due 
1962, £14,000,000- 0-0 

6. Canadian Northern Alta. Ry. Co., 3J per cent deb 

stock due 1962, £733,561-12-10 

7. Canadian Northern Ry. Co., 4 per cent deb. stock 

and bonds, due 1934 

8. Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. Co., 4 per cent bonds due 

1962. £3,280,000- 0-0 

O.Canadian Northern Ry. Co.. 7 percent bonds due 
1940 

10. Grand Trunk Ry. Co.. 7 per cent bonds due 1940.. 

11. Canadian Northern Ry. Co., 6i per cent bonds due 

1946 

12. Grand Trunk Ry. Co., 6 per cent bonds due 1936.. 

13. Canadian National Ry. Co., 5 per cent serial equip- 

ment bonds. 1923-38 

14. C(uuidian National Ry. Co. 5 per cent bonds due 1954 

15. Canadian National Ry. Co. 4) per cent bonds due 1954 

16. Canadian National Ry. Co. 4) per cent bonds due 1930 

17. Canadian Northern Ry. Co. 4i per cent bonds duel935 

18. Canadian National Ry. Co. 1927. 2 per cent Guar 

Deb. Stock, £7,176,801- 0-0 

19. Canadian National Ry. Co., 4i per cent Gold 

Bonds, due 1957 



Railway Securities Guaranteed as to Interest only — 
20. Grand Trunk Ry. Acquisition Guarantees — 

Grand Trunk 4 per cent guar, stock, £12,500,000. 
Grand Trunk 5 per cent perp. deb. stock, £4,270,375 
Great Western 5 per cent perp. deb. stock, £2,723,080 
Grand Trunk 4 per cent perp. deb. stock, £24,624.455 
Northern Ry. of Can., 4 per cent perp. deb. stock 
£»08.215 



9,359, 

7,896, 
35,770, 

3,150, 
68,040, 

3,569, 

45,000, 

15,940, 

25,000, 
25,000, 

25,000, 
25,000, 

22.500, 
50.000. 
26,000, 
18,000. 
17.000. 

34.927, 

65,000, 



cts. 

996 72 

590 00 

000 00 

000 00 

000 00 

999 98 

000 00 

800 00 

000 00 
000 00 

000 00 
000 00 

000 00 
000 00 
000 oo 
000 00 
000 00 

098 20 

000 00 



S cts 

859,996 72 

896,571 00 
229,996 87 
149,998 66 
992.000 00 



cU. 



1.540,003 13 



,060,333 33 

,440,848 00 

,793,000 00 
,743,000 00 

000.000 00 
000.000 00 

,750.000 00 
000.000 00 
,000.000 00 
000.000 00 
000,000 00 

808,441 33 

000,000 00 



33,048,000 00 
3,569.996 86 

12,500,000 00 
7,499,952 00 



522,154.484 90 



440,224,185 91 



58.157.951 99 



60,833,333 33 

20,782,491 67 

13,2.52,322 67 

119.839,014 33 

1.499.979 67 



60.833.333 33 

20.782,491 67 

13,252,322 67 

119,839,014 33 

1,499,979 67 



216.207,141 67 



216.207,141 67 



Other Securities Guaranteed as to Principal and Interett — 

21. The Harbour Commis-sioners of Montreal — Montreal 
South Shore Bridge 4} per cent Bond, payable on 
demand 

22. The Harbour Commissioners of Montreal — Montreal 
South Shore Bridge 4} per cent Bond, payable on 
demand . 

23. Canadian National (West Indies) Steamships, 

limited, 4i ix>r cent Temporary Bond, payable on 
demand not lat<;r than Dec. 31, 1929 

24. 8t. John Harbour C:om mission — Bonded indebted- 
ness of the City of St. John assumed by the Com- 
mission 

Debentures of the Commission to bo issued to the 

City of St. John.. 



4,000,000 00 

4,000.000 OO 

10,000,000 00 

1,467,104 96 
667.958 04 



4,000,000 00 

4,000.000 00 

828.789 45 

1,4«7.1«4 9« 



20.185,118 00 10,205,954 41 



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SCHEOXTLE No. 1 

Agrieulture— 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 



772.341 27 
129,645 11 



Asricultural Produce Marketing Agent in Great Britain. 
Assistance in the erection of Pre-cooling Plants for fruit.. 

Branch oC Entomology 

Cold Storage Warehouses 

Compensation for Animals tested under the Animal 

Contagious Diseases Act and dying from the disease 

for which they were tested before it was possible to 

slaughter them under the provisions of the Act. . 
Dairying, including grant of $5,000 to the National 

Dairy Council 

Destructive Insect and Pest Act 

Experimental Farms 

Experiments in the dehydration of fruits and v^etables. 
Fruit Branch, including grant of $8,000 to the Canadian 

Horticultural Council 

Grant to the Province of New Brunswick re the Short 

Course School at Frodericton, N.B 

Grant to the Province of Nova Scotia re the Science 

Building at Truro, N.S 

Health of Animals, Administration of the Animal 

Contagious Diseases Ant and Meat and Canned Foods 

Act and necessary buildings 

International Institute of Agriculture 

Live Stock, including grants to Exhibitions, Feeder 

Shows, etc 

Publications Branch 

Seed, Feed and Fertiliser Control, including grants to 

Seed Fairs, etc 

Worlds Poultry Congress 



11,892 43 
30,000 00 
19,954 09 
16,459 33 



250 33 

239,818 81 

412,019 72 

1,585,570 90 

9,443 24 

261,671 86 

6,000 00 

20,000 00 



2,149,214 30 
13,438 76 

1,269,510 36 
19,969 63 

323.5.52 34 
100,000 00 



MUcellaneoua — 
Compassionate allowance to the widow of late Veter- 
inary Inspector E. M. Eckert 

Gratuities 

Flat increase in salary 



1,000 00 

2,780 00 

73,530 38 



ScHKDUtB No. 2 

Finance- 
Civil Government — salaries 

Contingencies 

Inspector General of Banks. 



394,740 00 
39,607 07 
19.717 14 



Lieutenant Governors' Salaries (Appendix No. 6) 

Charges of Management (Appendix No. 8) 

Premium, Discount and Exchange (Appendix No. 9) 

Superannuation (Appendix No. 10) — 

No. 1 Civil .'service Superannuation and Retirement 

Act, 1870. Chnp. 17, R.S. 1906 

No. 3 Printing Bureau 

No. 4 Public Service Retirement Act of 1920 

No. 6 Civil .Servants Widows' Annuities Act, 1927. . 



MUeellaneotu — 
Ottawa Branch of the Royal Mint. 

Board of Audit 

Flat increase in salary 

Unforeseen expenaet 



625,004 82 

19.a38 32 

723.825 34 

1.30.946 33 



200.000 00 

71,317 64 

5.1. '^2 10 

5.600 00 



InUretton PuhUr De'>t (.Vppendix No. 7)— 

Funded Debt Payable in I^ondon 

Funded Debt Payable in Canada 

Funded Debt Payable in New York 

Temporary LoMis 



901.986 38 



6,487,766 10 



77,310 38 



7,467,062 86 



454,064 21 
81,000 00 

884.. 531 53 
42,233 33 



1,498.814 81 



282,069 74 



3,242.713 62 



11,142.780 02 

102,456,146 80 

11,393,716 67 

10.000 00 



Carried forward. 



125.002.643 49l 



8,242,713 02 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 17 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1927 -2S— Continued 



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Brought forward 

ScBSDCLB No. 2 — Concluded 



Finance — Concluded 
Interetl on Public Dd)t — Conduded 

Savings Banks 

Insurance and Superannuation Funds. 

Trust Funds 

Bank Circulation Redemption Fund. 



125.002,643 49 



014.832 54 

1,947,736 42 

S64,901 92 

172,830 21 



3,242,713 62 



Subsidies to Provinces — 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island. 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan 



SCHZDT7I.I No. 8 

Immigration and Colonisation — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 

Salaries 

Contingencies 

Chinese Immigration — Salaries and Contingencies 

Empire Settlement Scheme 

Exhibitions — Salaries and Contingencies 

Relief of Distressed Canadians abroad 

St. John Immigration Buildings 

liiseeUaneous — 
Gratuities 

ITat increase in salary 



SCHKDUU No. 4 
Indian Affairs — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 



275.850 00 
37,566 16 



800.000 00 

1.052.317 OB 

61.237 97 

633,689 ^ 

136,510 21 

1.379 36 

19,564 06 



1,293 33 
26,307 67 



156,552 50 
17.368 81 



British Columbia 
Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Northwest Terri- 
tories 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario and Quebec. . . 
Prince Edward Island 
Yukon 



General 

Annuities 

Indian Education 

Compassionate allowance to Nurse Lamb of 

Minto Hospital, Cochrane, Ont 

Gratuity to W. S. Hockley, ex-farming instmotor in the 

Qu'Appelle Agency, Saskatchewan 



Lady 



376.870 87 

875.442 65 

45.485 M 

82.728 81 

314.002 88 

6.821 01 

15.890 28 

228.186 18 

230.200 00 

2.083.875 10 

1.010 00 

500 00 



Miscellaneous — 

Gratuities 

Flat increase in salary . 



600 00 
27.403 82 



128,002,944 58 



1,643, 
738, 

1,491, 
666, 
661, 

2.642, 
381, 

2,256, 

2,032, 



942 20 

816 66 
836 16 
765 76 
841 28 
611 68 
931 88 
419 88 
575 00 



12,516.740 50 



144,662,398 70 



313.416 16 



2,704.096 16 



27.601 00 



8.045.715 82 



173.921 31 



4,100,540 58 
28.003 82 



4.401,465 71 



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SCHEDTTUt No. 6 

Interior — 

Civil Govenunent — Salaries 

Contingencies. , 



Dominion Lands and Parka — 

Salaries of the Outdde Service 

Contingencies 

Administration of the Migratory Birds Convention Act 

Canadian National Parks 

Compassionate allowance to Mrs. E. S. Forbes 

Costs of litigation and legal expenses 

Enlargement of the Western Outlet of the Lake of the 
Woods 

Fees and contingent expenses of the Board of Examiners 
for Dominion Land Surveys , 

Grant to Alpine Club of Canada , 

Grant to Canadian Forestry Association 

International and Boundary Waterways — Professional 
assistance to advise Departmental Officers 

Investigation under the Inquiries Act into the claim of 
British Columbia for the reconveyance of certain 
lands conveyed by that Province to the Dominion 
at the time of the Union , 

Lake of the Woods Control Board 

Ordnance Lands — Salaries and expenses 

Protection of Timber , 

Publications, including Maps 

Relief by way of necessary supplies of food, clothing, 
fuel, etc., also fodder for animals, to needy settlers 
of the Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan 

Salaries and Expenses in connection with Seed Grain and 
relief collections 

The Dominion Government's share of freight charges 
in connection with the removal of settlers from the 
drought stricken areas to other districts 

To assist in publishing the transactions of the Association 
of Dominion Land Surveyors ' 

Transfer of Buffalo from BufTalo Park, Wainwright, 
Alberta, to the Wood BufTalo Park, near Fort 
Smith, N.W.T 

Water and Power investigations 



Scientific Institutions — 

Dominion Observatory at Ottawa 

Dominion Observatory at Victoria, B.C 

Geodetic Survey of Canada 

Geodetic Survey, International Boundaries 

Topographical and General Surveys 

To compensate the Temiskaming and Northern Ontario 
Railway in connection with their claim for injury to 
John Hedin 



1,441,776 73 
88,369 53 



565,128 67 

171,633 16 

56,378 56 

1,184,814 38 

1,050 00 

4,996 63 

20,000 00 

2,007 31 
1,000 00 
4,000 00 

13,061 30 



6.976 20 

9.289 49 

26,626 16 

1,277,907 52 

187,469 36 



3,621 60 
44,731 67 

19,998 66 
126 00 



15,638 31 
477,398 47 



67,367 75 
19,982 66 

246.472 79 
27,863 57 

381,992 31 



240 00 



Qovemment oj the Northwest Territories. 
Government oj the Yukon Territory 



Miscellaneous — 

Gratuities 

Flat increase in salary. 



2,990 00 
63,836 64 



SCHKDULI No. 

Juetiee— 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 

Supreme Court— 

Salaries 

Contingencies 



86,418 27 
21,205 91 



1,630,146 26 



4,082,752 32 



733,919 06 
249,641 63 

178,610 61 



66,820 64 



209,083 42 
36,642 06 



e,841.7Be 44 



806,626 48 



106,624 18 



Carried forward. 



106,024 18 



305,625 48 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 19 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1927-28— Con/tnued 



cts. 



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t Let*. 



Brought forward 

ScHKDTTLZ No. 6 — Continued 

Justice — Continued 
Exchequer Court — 

Salaries 

Contin^cies 

Travelling allowances — Admiralty Judges. 



Alberta— 

Supreme Court. 

District Courts 

Travelling Allowances. 

British Columbia — 

Court of Appeal 

Supreme Court 

County Courts 

Travelling Allowances. 

Manitoba — 

Court of Appeal 

Court of King's Bench. 

County Courts 

Travelling Allowances. 

New Brunsvntk — 

Court of Appeal 

Court of King's Bench. 

County Courts 

Court of Divorce 

Travelling .Allowances. 



Nova Scotia — 

Supreme Court 

County Courts 

Travelling .Allowances. 

Ontario — 

Court of Appeal 

High Court Division. . 

County Courts , 

Travelling Allowances. 



Prince Edward Island — 

Supreme Court 

County Courts 

Travelling Allowances. 

QuAec — 
Court of King's Bench. 

Superior Court 

Travelling Allowances. 



Saskatchewan — 

Court of Appeal 

Court of King's Bench. 

District Courts 

Travelling Allowances. 



Yukon Territory— 

Salaries and Expenses 

Miscellaneous 

Lhring allowance for Judge of Atlin District , B.C 

Expenses of Athabaska District Elections Commission. 

Siq>reme Court— Portraits of Chief Justices 

Exchequer Court— Republishing Admiralty Roles 



Carried forward. 



24.400 00 

8,866 95 

171 10 



101,750 00 
60,000 00 
27,239 91 



46,000 00 
55,000 00 
70,000 00 
20. 122 76 



46,000 00 

53.113 75 

50,000 00 

5,510 35 



23,000 00 

37,000 00 

30,833 32 

500 00 

8,741 15 



61.375 00 

35,416 66 

6,111 36 



39,875 00 
125,915 32 
320.105 13 

38.471 78 



28.000 00 

14,717 66 

604 70 



105,739 52 

354,250 00 

28.918 59 



37.000 00 
73.000 00 
90.000 00 
19,412 31 



106.624 18 



305,625 48 



33.438 05 



188.989 91 



191,122 76 



154,624 10 



105,074 47 



102,903 02 



524.367 23 



43.322 36 



488,906 11 



319.412 81 



19.a0l OS 
0.9M 04 

i.aoooo 

124 74 

1,000 00 

500 00 



3.190.810 81 
3.488.485 79 



•8883-2) 



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Brought forward 

ScHCDXTLi No. 6 — Concluded 

JuMtiee — Concluded 
Penitenlittrie* — 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Dorchester 

Kinjicston 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

St. Vincent de Paul 

General 

Pension to Mrs. Voilet Jenkin, widow of late Penitentiary 

Guard, M. E. Jenkin 

Pension to Mrs. Beatrice Williams, widow of late 

Penitentiary Guard, John Williams 

Workmens Compensation Board, Province of British 

Columbia, re late Guard, R. E. Farrell 



Mitcellaneoua — 

Bankruptcy Act — Administration 

Canadian Law Library, London, England 

Expenses of litigated matters conducted within the 

Department of Justice , 

Judicial Committee of the Privy Council , 

Pecuniary Claims Convention with the U.SA 

Dominion Statutes — Revision 

Awards to the United States Government by the 
Pecuniary Claims Convention — 

The " Tattler " claim 

The " Gerring Jr." claim 



630 00 
9,000 00 



Gratuities 

Flat increase in salary . 



Schedule No. 7 
Labour — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. , 



204,368 04 
24.985 77 



Act respecting Annuities for Old Age (Administration) . . 

Combines Investigation Act 

Conciliation and Labour Act 

Employment Offices Co-ordination Act (administration) 
Employment Offices Co-ordination Act (under statute). 

Fair Wages and Inspection Officers 

Industrial Disputes Investigation Act 

International Labour Conference 

Joint Industrial Councils 

Old Ago Pension Act — Statutory 

Technical Education Act (administration) 

Technical Education Act (under statute) 



40.000 00 

22.257 11 

40,000 00 

15,018 85 

150.000 00 

8,000 00 

20.0C0 00 

11,343 40 

3.000 00 

131.452 01 

4.000 00 

965,955 32 



2,496.435 79 



Miacellaneou* — 
Flat increase in salary . 



SCBEDUll No. 8 

LegUlation — 

Senate 

House of Commons 

Librwry — Salaries 

Contingencies 

Books lor General Library 

Books for Library of American History 

Printing Reports 

Carried forward 



458,451 80 

1.383,946 84 

42,966 00 

9,0M 83 

17.422 97 

876 76 

892 97 



2.504 73 
216,184 76 
236.809 84 
426.102 24 
224,334 38 
225.090 26 
422.710 40 

1,109 55 

350 00 

450 00 
117 10 



1.755.763 26 



1.213 43 
357 80 

40,326 68 

2.000 00 

954 11 

19,994 95 



9.630 00 

8.833 32 

49.910 41 



133,220 70 



4,385.419 75 



229,353 81 



1,411,026 69 
240 00 



1,640,620 50 



1,913.620 97 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 21 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1927 -2S— Continued 



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cts 



eta. 



Brought forward 

ScHBDULB No. 8 — Condvded 

LegUlation — Concluded 

I*rinting of Parliament 

Elections 

Miscella neous — 

Chief Electoral Officer, salary 

Office of the Chief Electoral Officer 

Publications of the League of Nations for distribation 

to Members of Parliament 

Gratuities 

Flat increase in salary 



SCHXDUU No. 9 

Uarine and Fiaherie* — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies: Marine Branch. . . 
Contingencies: Fisheries Branch. 



Ocean and River Service — 

Dominion Steamers and Icebreakers 

Establishment of a Patrol Service to investigate con- 
ditions of Navigation in Hudson Strait and Hudson 
Bay 

Examination of Masters and Mates 

Hydrographic. Tidal and Current Survey 

Inspection of live stock shipments 

International Radio Conference at Washington, D.C.. 
and the meeting of delegates of Great Britain and 
the Dominions at Ottawa prior to the International 
Convention 

Inveetigation into Wrecks 

Life Saving Service 

Radio Service — General improvement of reception con- 
ditions to licensed broadcast listeners 

Radiotelegraph Service 

Registration of shipping 

Relief of dlstressea seamen -. 

Removal of obstructions in navigable waters 

Schools of Navigation 

Subsidies for wTecking plants 

Miscellaneous and unforeseen expenses 



LiqhUunae and Coast Service— 

Administration of Pilotage 

Agencies, rents and contingencies 

AUowance to Harbour Master at Amherstburg 

Breaking ice in Thunder Bay, Lake Superior and other 
points 

Compassionate allowance to John Davidson 

Construction of lights and aids to navigation, etc 

Construction of lights, etc— Converting "Trawler No 
15 " into a buoy steamer to replace the " Brant" 

Exchequer Court Award in the appeal " Canada Steam- 
ships Lines. Limited." and toe Travellers Insurance 
Company re iniuries sustained as a result of the 
collapse of the slip at L'Adm TadouMac 

Maintenance and repairs to lighthouses 

Maintenance and r^wirs to wnar\'ea 

Pensions to retired pilots 

Salaries and allowances to lightkoepers 

Salaries and allowances to iightkeepers— To reinstate 
William R. Wallace at Hope Island, Ontario 

Signal Service 



1,913,620 97 



82.086 38 
45,484 83 



7,500 00 
8,061 19 

375 00 
1,336 66 
2,240 00 



506,831 92 
53,641 79 
27,795 77 



1,625,501 41 



1,021,512 65 

19,303 41 

310,699 01 

3,709 42 



7,432 58 

5,748 62 

62,918 72 

154.543 19 

475,204 16 

2,572 76 

400 14 

1.770 96 

7,288 09 

45,000 00 

5,500 00 



121,744 10 

210,047 90 

600 00 

30,000 00 

500 00 

597.633 11 

94.967 59 



24,270 17 

893.182 43 

6,572 24 

10.575 00 
676.079 80 

1.920 00 
102,938 37 



2,041,192 18 



19,532 85 



2.060.725 03 



588.269 48 



3,749,105 12 



2.771.030 71 



Carvied forward. 



7.108.405 31 



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ScHBDtrui No. 9 — Conduded 

Warine and Fiaheriet — Concluded 
Fuheries — 

Building fishways and clearing rivers 

Conservation and development of deep sea fisheries. 

and the demand for fish 

Fish culture 

Fisheries Intelligence Bureau 

Fisheries Patrol and Fisheries I'rotection Service 

Fishing Bounty 

Inspection of canned and pickled fish , 

Investigation into the life history of the Pacific halibut 

Legal and incidental expenses 

Marine Biological Board of Canada 



Scientific Inslilutions — 
Meteorological Service. 



Steamboat Inspection 



Miaceilaneous — 
Compassionate allowance to the widow of the late Frank 

Askew 

Compensation to the owner of a lighthouse site on Long 

Pilgrim Island, Que 

Compassionate allowance to Onesime Plante 

Gratuities 

Flat increase in salary 

Unforeseen expenses 



SCHBDCTLB No. 10 

Mines — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 



Geological Survev — 
Explorations, surveys and investigations. 

Publication of reports, etc 

Maintenance*of Offices and Museum, etc. 

Museum equipment 

Purchase of specimens 



Minee Branch — 

Compensation to J. H. Fortune, caretaker of Mines 
Branch Building 

Investigation of mineral resources, ore deposits, etc.. . 

Operation of Peat Bo^ at Alfred, Ontario 

Organization and equipment of Explosives Division. . 

Publication of reports, etc 

Dominion of Canada Assay Office — Maintenance 



Miscellaneous — 
Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. . . 

Imperial Inxtitiitv 

Com |)a.<i.si()nate ailowanc- ♦'> Mr- Nancy Waugh. 
Gratuities 



14.319 06 

129,878 91 

349,141 63 

561 67 

900,316 11 

158,375 80 

24,894 85 

31,652 54 

4,006 17 

138,000 00 



2,000 00 

255 60 

2.500 00 

6,837 23 

100,972 07 

1,673 46 



189,669 30 

47,868 66 

53,141 46 

15.000 00 

1.925 76 



400 00 

178,686 91 

64,128 80 

9,912 00 

39,987 33 

23,463 83 



7,108,405 31 



1,751,146 64 
270,276 31 
131,065 31 



114.238 36 



9,375,131 93 



654,370 51 
5,172 40 



559,542 91 



307,605 18 



316,878 87 



3.000 00 

12.848 00 

3.000 00 

168 88 



624.184 OS 



19,016 88 
1.202.748 84 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 23 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1927-2S— Con/mwed 



cto. 



eta. 



eta. 



ScaEDUu: No. 11 
National Defence — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 



MUiiia Services — 

Administration 

Aid to Civil Power 

Cadet Services 

Contingencies 

Engineer Services and Works. . . 

General Stores 

Manufacturing Establishments. 
Non-Permanent Active Militia. 

Permanent Force 

Royal Military Coll^^e 

Topographic Survey 

TnMmpwt and Freight 



Natal Service — 
Maintenance.. 



Air Servicea — 
Royal Canadian Air Force — Maintenance, operation and 

training 

Civil Air Operations — Flying operations for other 
Government Departments, control of civil aviation 
and establishment of air routes, airship bases, etc. . 

General Services — 

Civil pensions 

Construction of magazine, Halifax 

Compassionate grant to B. D. Marwick, Principal of the 
Kemptville High School, for injuries received while 
officiating as Cadet Instructor 

Memorial to citizens and residents of the United States 
who enlisted in the Canadian Forces and lost their 
lives in the late war 

Repairs to part of the outside wall at the Citadel, 
Quebec 



Government of the Northwest Territories — 

Mackenzie Basin System — Radio Services. 
Miscella neous — 

Battlefields Memorials 

Imperial War Graves Commission 

Gratuities 

Flat increase in salary 

Unforeseen expenses 



ScBiDtruc No. 12 

National Revenue^ 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 



Salaries and Contingencies 

Inspectors, preventive service and Board of Customs — 

Maintenance of revenue cruisers and preventive service 

Miscellaneous 

Secret preventive service 

Special Preventive Service 

Administration of the Business Profits War Tax Act, 
1016, and the Income War Tax Act, 1917. and amend- 
ments 

Ezche<tuer Court Award re Customs Seisores, Henri 
Girardin and Fbul Amaod 



703,966 00 
69.992 17 



773.956 17 



306, 

1, 

498, 

23, 

802, 

607, 

469, 

2,078, 

4,797, 

363, 

39, 

163, 



294 16 
928 52 
300 94 
832 28 
989 09 
721 71 
632 04 
2?6 34 
577 91 
412 59 
993 91 
963 69 



1,669,638 84 
2,222,222 12 



10,153,903 18 
1,702,225 09 



3.891.860 96 



1,467 92 
100.000 00 



350 00 

9, 166 24 
5,215 00 



116.199 16 



183.067 12 

573.419 48 

1.680 00 

35.628 64 

84.959 96 



15.864.188 39 
142.736 48 



878.755 SO 



I7,6W.6S8 34 



602.704 56 
27,425 73 



6,919.181 00 

949.758 07 

383.068 45 

599.968 13 

33.260 87 

1.048.433 03 



1,8«5,9SS02 
318 00 



630.130 29 



Carried forward ' 11.799,881 17 



630,130 39 



24 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE * 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1927 -2^—0 oniinued 





t cts. 


t cts. 


S cts. 


Brought forward 


11,799.831 17 

500 00 
500 00 

500 00 


630,130 29 

11.801.331 17 
160,253 43 




ScBiDULE No. 12— Concluded 

National Revenue — Concluded 

Compasnonate allowances to — 
Mrs. Charles E. McDonald 




Mrs. W. J. Irwin 




Joseph Laurent Doiron 








Miaeellaneotu — 
Payment to E. D. Lennie. Acting Collector of Customs 
and Excise at Montreal 


1,200 00 

21,389 96 

137,663 47 




Gratuities 




Flat increase in salary 












12,591,714 89 


ScHXDVtB No. 13 
Penttone— 

Judges 


205,702 01 

30,689 52 

759,175 43 

973 56 

10,000 00 

6,875 00 

5,000 00 

9.319 53 

499 92 

240 00 

38.460.6.')8 72 

18.999 96 

81,834 51 

31,000 00 
142.811 90 

3,526 79 

524 17 

699 88 
600 00 

2,400 00 
672 00 
600 00 
600 00 
499 92 
847 00 
979 68 

1,200 00 
600 00 
600 00 




Militiamen, Rebellion of 1885 and generally 






Militia Pensions Act of 1901 






Pensions payable to Mounted Police. Prince Albert 
Volunteers and Police Scouts on account of the 
Rebellion of 1885 






Annuity to the Right Honourable W. S. Fielding 






Annuity to Dr. F. G. Banting 






Annuity to Dr. Charles E. Saunders 






Annuity to Robinson Russell Farrow 






Annuity to Dougald Carmichael 






Civil Flying 






European War and Active Militia 






Salaries of Board of Pension Commissioners 






Board of Pension Commissioners for Canada — Salaries 
and Contingencies 






Salaries — Chairman and four members of the Federal 
Appeal Board 






Mounted Police (Statutory) 






Pensions to families of members of the Force who lost 
their lives whilst on duty 






Pensions to — 
J. B. Allan 






M.P '. .' 






J. Langlois Bell 






Captain J. E. Bemier 






James Elliott 






Mrs. Jean Laird Farrell 






Mrs. Violet L. Jenkin 






Mrs. Alice Joynson 






Mrs. I^titia Kennedy 






Mrs. Caroline Elizabeth Mclilree 






Mrs. Wm. McDougall 






Alice Morson Smith 














1,250.419 00 
156.134 89 


39,778.129 50 


SCHEDCLK No. 14 
Poet Office- 
Civil Government — Salaries 


1.406.&53 89 

81,782.968 45 
634,039 88 


Contingencies 








Salaries and Allowances 


15,914,370 31 

14,601.163 30 

1.133,968 85 

133,46.^ 99 




MaU Service 




MisceUaneous 




Yukon Territory 








Mieeellaneout — 
Gratuities 


13.656 67 
620.883 21 




Flat in<rrMise in salary ...... 












83.828.561 7S 







PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 25 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1927-28— Con/tnued 



I 



SCHKDULX No. 15 

Pvblic Work*— 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 



Conatruction, Maintenance, Repairs, etc. (Appendix No. ID- 
Public Buildings 

Harbours and Rivers 

Dredging 

Roads and Bridges 

Telegraph and Telephone Lines 

Miscellaneous 

Subsidies to Dry Docks 



Collection of Revenue (Appendix No. 11) — 

Sundry Works 

Telegraph and Telephone Lines 



Miteellaneotu — 
International Joint Commission. 

Gratuities 

Hat Increase in salary 

Unforeseen expenses 



SCBEDULK No. 16 

RailvDaya and CanaU — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 

Chargeable to Income — 
Canals — 

Bakers Dam — Improvements 

Lachine — Improvements 

Port Colbome Elevator — Improvements 

Sault Ste. Marie— Compassionate allowance to the 

widow of the late William H. Tilley 

St. Anne's Lock — Improvements 

St. Peters — Improvements 

Trent — Improvements 

Welland — Improvements 

Welland — Compassionate allowance to Stanley Sleek, 
minor son of Mrs. Marcells Sleek, who was injured 

on a Welland Canal bridge 

Surveys and Inspections — Canals 

Exchequer Court award re upper entrance to Rapide 
Plat Canal 



Railways — 

Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada — 

Saluie»— Statutory — 

Maintenance and Operation 

Adjustment of allowance of pay for Railway and Canal 
employees while they were on Ber\'ice in the Cana- 
dian Expeditionary Force during the Great War 

Governor General's Cars— Repairs, etc 

Supplement to Pension allowance payable under the 

froviaions of the Intercolonial and Prince Edward 
sUuid Railway Employees' Provident Fund 



Maritime Freight RaUs Act, 19t7— 

Canadian National Railway Company, deficit in 

receipts and revenues of the Eastern Lines. July 1st 

to Decembers!. 1927— 

Doe to application of the Maritime Freight Rates Aet 

Deficit in excess of that occurring on account of the 

application <>f the .Maritime Freight Rates Act — 

Other Railway Companiee— 

D^erence between Tariff Tolls and Norman Tolls 

referred to in i^c. 9 of the Maritime Freight Rates 

Act. for the period July 1st. to December 31, 1927 



Carried forward 4.170.7(« 48l 



cts 



650,078 95 
62,885 19 



7.355,382 64 

3.679,995 87 

1,337.832 72 

37.173 05 

113.541 41 

924,518 50 

588,921 34 



216.774 83 
725,769 25 



33,631 42 
7,511 47 

60,248 43 
7,325 62 



27,648 56 
19,085 85 
11,525 60 

1,000 00 

5,984 18 

421 16 

166,526 12 

70,128 98 



1.000 00 
7.623 02 

5.407 06 



49.564 52 
278.440 00 



13.643 98 
2.905 11 



88.398 47 



931.809 89 
2.117.036 42 

421,654 56 



cts. 



712,964 14 



14.037.365 53 



942,544 08 



106,716 94 



260.410 CO 
35,498 11 



316,350 58 



383,952 06 



3.471.400 87 



cts. 



15,801,590 69 



295,908 11 



S96.906 11 



26 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1927-28— Continued 



cts. 



cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward . 



ScHiDuiB No. 16 — Concluded 

Railxvaya and CanaU — Concluded 
Miscellaneous — 

Canada Highways Act, 1919, and amendments , 

Commissioner of Highways— Organization and Pay 

ment of Staff 

Printing and Stationery , 

Pension to J. L. Weller 

Workmen's Compensation Act 

Miscellaneous services, including salaries and expenses 
of experts employed temporarily , 



1.224.395 76 

17,064 78 

4.401 94 

3.500 00 

378,387 36 

39.692 14 



Chargeahle to Collection of Revenue — 
CanaU — 

Staff and Repairs 

Exchequer Court Award re costs in case of Sincennes- 
McNaughton Line, Limited, ts. the King in con- 
nection with the breaking of Lock No. 1 on the 
Lachine Canal 



Miseella neous — 

St. Lawrence Ship Canal surveys and investigations 
including the Canadian National Advisory Council 

Gratuities , 

Flat increase in salary , 



SCHKDULE No. 17 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 



44,440 00 
4,430 25 



Pay of Force , 

Subsistance, billeting and travelling expenses, forage, 
fuel, light, etc 

Compensation to members of the Force for injuries 
received whilst in the performance of duty , 

Enforcement of Federal Statutes 

Special services re enforcement of the Opium and Nar- 
cotic Drug Act 



1,028,227 80 

1,178.843 87 

7,486 43 
52,738 72 

33,141 86 



Miscellaneous — 
Grant to the Chief Constables Association of Canada. 



SCBSOUIB No. 18 

Soldiers' Cttnl Re-establishtnent — 

Civil Government — Salaries , 

Care of patients and medical examination of pensioners 

Employers' Liability Compensation 

Federal Appeal Board and District Boards of Review. 

Interest on Funds 

Operating expenses and working capital 

Pay and allowances 

Salaries— Administrative, clerical, dental, technical, etc 

Sheltered employment 

Unemployment relief 

Vocational loans 



2,092, 

71. 

127, 

20. 

217, 

1.176, 

2,688, 

1.32, 

4.30. 



339 48 
694 88 
U3 21 
710 15 
174 23 
978 76 
384 50 
835 79 
479 91 
675 061 



Miseellaneoua — 
Gratuities. . 



4,170,703 48 



295,908 11 



1.667.441 97 



2,533,520 84 



1.839 94 



63,200 53 
4,492 82 
3.770 33 



5,838,145 45 



2,535,360 78 



71.463 68 



8,740.878 02 



48,870 25 



2,300,438 68 
500 00 



2.349.808 93 



29,995 49 



6.988.810 97 
2.212 40 



6.001,018 86 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 27 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1927-28— Con/tnwcd 



I 



Ct8. 



Ct8. 



ote. 



Schedule No. 19 



Soldier and General Land Settlement — 
Expenses of administration of 
Land Settlement 



Soldier and General 



Mucellaneoua— 
Flat increase in salary 



ScHEDxrus No. 20 

Trade and Commerce — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . 



British and Foreign News Service 

British Government scheme for the marketing of 
Empire produce 

Canada Grain Act — administration 

Canadian Government Motion Picture Bureau 

Commercial Intelligence Service 

Construr-tion of a Grain Elevator at Halifax 

Copper Bounties Act — administration 

Dominion Bureau of Statistics 

Elevators — Management, operation and maintenance. 

Elevators — Equipment 

Electricity and Fluid Exportation Actr— administration. . 

Gas and Electricity Inspection 

Gold and Silver Marking Act — administration 

Honorary' Advisory Council for Industrial and Scientific 
Research 

International Customs Tariffs Bureau 

International Office for the Protection of Industrial Pro- 
perty and the International Copyright Union Office. . 

Printing of Parliamentary' and Departmental Publi 
cation.s 

Publicity and Advertising— Salaries and expenses 

Prince Rupert Elevator site 

Patent Record 

Weights and Measures Inspection 

Roofing materials for Isle of Pines, Cuba 

Bounties — 

Copper Bars 

Hemp 



32.000 00 

30,952 26 

1,W8.562 37 

34,994 39 

413.294 31 

188.722 f9 

329 00 

163,656 50 

443.046 92 

17,138 14 

440 59 

192.298 84 

4.967 78 

16d,998 41 
660 00 

1.715 07 

117,995 51 
49.989 60 

165.000 00 
34.005 98 

306,194 55 
22 29 



79.819 16 
2.987 70 



Hail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions — 
Atlantic Ocean — 
Canada and South Africa 



Pacific Ocean — 

Canada and New Zealand 

Prince Rupert, B.C., and Queen Charlotte Islands. . 

Victoria, Vancouver, wayports and Hkagway 

Victoria and West Coast Vancouver Island 

Vancouver ami Nf>rthem Ports of British Colombia. 

Vancouver and I'orts on Howe Sound 

Vancouver and the British West Indies 



100,000 00 
21,000 00 
24,107 14 
15,000 00 
24,800 00 
5,000 00 
24.000 00 



Local Services — 

Baddeck and lona 

Charlottotown and Pictou 

Charlottetown, Victoria and Halliday'a Wharf. 

Dalhousie, N.B., and Carleton, Que 

Cinind Manan and the Mainland 

Halifax and Bay St. Lawrence 

Halifax, Canso and (Juyslwiro 

Halifax, La Have and La Have River Ports. . . 



10.500 00 
3-'i.000 00 
5,000 00 
3.000 00 
20,000 00 
2.400 00 
9.000 00 
5,506 16 



1,334,007 55 
52,438 11 



1,386,445 6« 



596,984 47 
36,981 18 



633,965 65 



4.015.085 10 



82.806 86 



4,098.791 96 



99,990 96 



213,907 14 



Carried forward. 



90.496 m 



313.907 101 4.733.757 61 



28 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1927 -2&— Continued 



Ct8. 



ets. 



eta 



Brought forward 

ScHBDUUi No. 20— Concluded 

Trade and Commerce — Concluded 
Mail Subsidies attd Steamship Subventions — Concluded 
Local SfTvice^ — Concluded 

Halifax, Spry Bay and Cape Breton Porta 

Halifax, South Cape Breton and Bras d'Or Lake Ports 

Halifax and West Coast Cape Breton 

Mainland and Islands of Miscou and Shippegan 

Mulgrave, Arichat, and Petit de Grat 

Mulgrave and Canso 

Mulgrave and Guysboro 

Newcastle, Neguac and Escuminac 

Parrsboro, Kingsport and Wolfville 

Pelee Island and the Mainland 

Pictou, Mulgrave and Cheticamp 

Pictou, Souris and the Magdalen Islands 

Port Mulgrave, St. Peters, Irish Cove and Marble 

Mountain and other ports on the Bras d'Or Lakes 
Quebec, Natashquan and Harrington and other ports 

on the North Snore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence 

Quebec or Montreal and Gaspe and Ports on the South 

.Shore of the ( juif of St. Lawrence 

Riniouski and Pointe aux Outardes 

Rividre du Loup and Tadoussac and other north shore 

ports 

St. Catherine's Bay and Tadoussac 

St. John and Bear River and other way ports 

St. John and Bridgetown 

St. John an<l Digby 

St. John and St. Andrews calling at intermediate points 
St. John, Digby, Annapolis and Granville, along the 

west coast of Annapolis Basin 

St. John, Margaretville and other ports on the Bay 

of Fundy 

St. John and Minas Basin Ports 

St. John, \Vc.stix)rt and Yarmouth and other way ports 

St. John and Ueymouth 

Summer^'ille, Burlington and Windsor, N.S 

Sydney and Bnis d'Or Lake Ports and Ports on the 

west coast of Cape Breton 

Sydney and Bay St. Lawrence, calling at way ports.. 

Sydney and Whyoocomagh 

Grant to the Province of British Columbia for the 

improvement of the Mail Service on inland waters 

in that Province 

Inspection of subsidized steamship services 



Miscellaneous— 

Gratuities 

Flat increase In salary. 



SCHEDCLE No. 21 

Other Departments — 
Archives — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. . . 



Miscellaneous — 

Public Archivea 

Purchaae of Photostat Machine, Dryer Press, Trimmer 

and SlidiiM Booklmldor 

Early French Colonial Exhibition in Paris 

Flat increase in salary 



90,496 15 



6,000 00 

5,000 00 

6.000 00 

2,000 00 

13,000 00 

27,400 00 

14,000 00 

4,500 00 

5,000 00 

10,999 98 

11,000 00 

50,000 00 

10.350 00 

85.000 00 

60.000 00 
7.500 00 

13,021 00 
3,500 00 
2.000 00 
1.000 00 

15,000 00 
4.000 00 

2,000 00 

3,500 00 

5,000 00 

15,000 00 

1,500 00 

466 66 

18,000 00 
18,000 00 
13,000 00 



3,000 00 
4,449 8 



66.51S 06 
34.796 78 



89,926 59 

3.000 00 
1,819 45 
4.080 00 



313,907 10 



4,732,757 61 



530,683 66 



5,790 00 
100,478 92 



844,500 76 
106,268 92 



5,888.617 29 



91,311 84 



98,826 04 



190,137 



Carried forward . 



190.137 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 29 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, l927-2S—CofUinued 



I 



cts. 



$ cts. 



I cts. 



Brought forward 

ScEWDULS No. 21 — Continued 

Other Departmtnta — Continued 
Auditor General's Office — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies 



332,814 71 
32,387 68 



Miscellaneous — 
Gratuities . . . 



Civil Service Commission — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 

iliseeUaneous — 

Gratuities 

Flat increase in salary 



217,535 00 
62.696 92 



500 00 
5,605 86 



External Affairs — 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 



108.328 47 
30.470 35 



Miscellaneous — 

Canadian Delegation to the League of Nations 

Canadian Representation in the U.S.A 

Canadian Representation at Geneva 

Paris Agency 

Passport OfBce 

Permanent Secretariat of the League of Nations 

Representation of Canada at the official opening of 
Canberra as the seat of Government of the Com 
monwealth of Australia 

International Economic Conference at Geneva 

Flat increase in salary 

Unforeseen expenses 



14,531 15 
99.258 76 
11,971 89 
44,242 37 
22,893 12 
150,777 13 



7,429 27 

4,577 94 

228 87 

20,297 62 



Government Contracts Supervision Committer— 
MiseeUaneoua — 
Salaries and Contingencies 



Hedlik— 

Civil Government — Salaries 

Contingencies. 



172.007 73 
59.657 11 



Administration of the Acta respecting Food and Drugs, 
Maple ProductA, Opium and Narcotic Drugs and 
Proprietary or Patent Medicines 

Immigration Medical Inspection 

Laboratory of Hygiene 

Marine Hospitals 

Quarantine 

Pollution of Inland Waters 

Venereal Diseases 



120,799 92 
149.396 32 

3.763 50 
189.M9 80 
190. 860 78 

8,786 57 
98,858 11 



Mi»eettaneou$ — 

Canadian Social Hy^ene Council 

Child Welfare Association 

Canadian National Committee for Mental Hygiene. 

Canadian Tuberculosis Association 

Canadian Dental Hygiene Council 

Gratuities 



10,000 00 

5.000 00 

10,000 00 

25,000 00 

5.000 00 

1.7M 66 



190,137 88 



365.202 39 
120 00 



365,322 39 



280.231 92 
6.195 86 



286.427 78 



138.798 82 



376,208 12 



515.006 94 
19,526 31 



231.664 84 



771,434 97 



5«.79« 66 



Carried forward. 



1.OS0.896 47 
3. 436.317 n 



80 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1927 -2S— Continued 





S cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


Brought forward 






2.436,317 77 


ScHBDTTLi No. 21— Cofulxtded 

OOier DepartmenU — Concluded 
High Commitaioner's Office — 
Civil Government — Salaries 




50,500 00 
63,056 78 




Contingencies 








83,060 00 
57,814 85 


113,556 78 


Pivil Onvftmmoint, — FtnlAriiHi , . . , , 


140,894 85 
13.354 56 


Contingencies 








Miacellaneout — 
Expenses of Technical investigation re roof coverings. . 

Expenses of work in the interest of fire prevention 

Gratuities 


3,192 56 

9,750 33 

270 00 

141 67 




Flat increase in salary 








Office of the Secretary to the Oovemor General — 

Civil Government — Salary: The Governor General 

Salaries: OflBce of the Secretary 

to the Governor General 

Contingencies 


48,666 66 

34,115 00 
70,658 34 


154.249 41 


153,440 00 
2.280 00 






Miscellaneous — 

Ilat increase in salary 

Unforeseen expenses 


780 00 
1.500 00 










77.562 33 
13.496 95 


155,720 00 


Printing and Stationery — 
Civil Government — Salaries 


91,059 28 

296,315 66 
3,381 34 


Contingencies 








Canada Gazette 


30.706 34 
48.473 52 
34.051 50 
29,260 48 
8,938 67 

33,713 95 

96,265 32 

14,905 38 




Distribution of Parliamentary Documents 




Plant — new 




Plant repairs and renewals 




Printing, binding, etc.. the Annual Statutes 




Printing and binding Government Publications for sale 
and distribution to Departments and the Public 

Printing, binding and distributing the Revised Statutes 
of Canada, 1927 

Printing, binding and distributing the Revised Edition 
of the Criminal Code, 1927 








Miscellaneous — 
Gratuities 


1,W1 34 
2,340 00 




Flat increase in salary 








Privy Council — 
Civil Government — Salaries 


48,385 00 
4,600 03 


390.756 28 


52,085 03 
10,143 15 


Contingencies 








Miscellaneous — 
Gratuities 


216 66 

250 50 

9,675 99 




Flat increase in salary 














206.625 21 
38.607 69 


63.128 18 


Secretary of State— 
Civil Government — Salaries 


247.322 80 
14,886 72 


Contingencies 








* ttiseeUmuou* — 

ExpanscB under the Naturalisation Acta 


13,014 66 

328 73 

633 33 

10 00 




ExpensM ttnder the Canada Temperance Act 




GmtttitiM 




FUit incTMMe in Mlary 












262.200 52 








8. 676.087 94 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 31 

SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY EXPENDITURE, 1927-28— Concluded 



cts. 



Ct0. 



cts. 



Schedule No. 22 
Miscellaneous — 
Grants and Contributions to the — 
Canadian Branch of the St. John Ambulance Association 
Canadian General Council of the Boy Scouts Association 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind 

Canadian National Safety League 

Canadian Olympic Team 

Corporation of the City of Ottawa 

Dominion Council of the Girl Guides 

Interparliamentary Union for Peace 

Montreal Association for the Blind 

National Battlefields Commission 

Federal District Commission 

Royal Astronomical Society 

Royal Canadian Academy of Arts 

Royal Society of Canada 

Victorian Order of Nurses 



5.000 00 

15,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

26,000 00 

100,000 00 

3.000 00 

200 00 

5,000 00 

75,000 00 

225,000 00 

2,000 00 

2.500 00 

6.000 00 

10.000 00 



Empire Parliamentary Association — Subscription to 

publications 

Expenses incidental to the celebration of the sixtieth 

anniversary of Confederation 

Expenses of Advisers re Tariff Enquiry 

Dominion Provincial Conference 

Grants, pending consideration of Provincial Subsidies, to 
the Provinces of — 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island 



875,000 00 
600,000 00 
125,000 00 



Negotiation of Treaties 

Inquiry into the Customs Department 

Clarkson, Gordon and Dilworth for work in connection 
with the reorganization of the Department of Customs 
and Excise 

Payment to the City of Regina out of the purchase price 
of Dominion Park in that city 

Salary of Hon. J. C. Patterson, Commissioner to investi- 
gate titles of Great Britain to lands in the Arctic Seas 



494,700 00 

2,000 00 

250,000 00 
71,999 63 
16,396 67 



1,600,000 00 

6,620 93 

139,269 14 



41,446 16 

78,706 63 

2,400 00 



2.702,539 16 



SCHEDULES OF SPECIAL EXPENDITURE, 1927-28 



ScHEOuut No. 23 

Adjustment of War Claims — 
National Defence — 

Militia Services , 

Militia Service-Interest due British Ministry of shipping 



Naval Service... 
Secretary of State. 



ScBSDUU No. 24 
Cost of Loan Flotations — 
6i% Victory Loan 1917, redemption 1927— 

Clerical assistance 

Express 

Printing 



Ck>mmis8ion of ^ of one per cent paid to Banks (or redemp- 
tion of matured bonds- 
Si^ Victory Lean 1917, due 1922 

M% Victory L<mn 1918. due 1923 

61% Victory Loan 1919. due 1924 

6t% War Loan 1916, due 1926 



Carried forward. 



cts. 



132,630 05 
1,704,715 14 



3.710 00 

7 00 

115 14 



14 79 
31 06 
40 27 
e7 46 



cts. 



1,837,345 19 
2.110 70 



3.832 14 



168 17 



S.8B6 81 



cts 



1.839,455 89 
21,529 36 



1.860,966 25 



32 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

SCHEDULES OF SPECIAL EXPENDITURE, 1927 '2»— Concluded 



I cts. 



$ Ctfl. 



I cts. 



Brought forward 

ScHBDULa No. 24 — Concluded. 

Cott of Loan Flotationa — Concluded — 
6i% Renewal Loan 1922— Redemption 1927— 

Clerical assistance 

Express 

Pmtiog 



4% Three year Treasury Notes 1927-30— 
Printing Notes, Canadian Bank Note Co., Ltd., Ottawa 

Ont 

Insurance , 



6% Public Service Loan, New York — 

1-32 of one per cent commission paid to the Bank of 

Montreal, New- York for redemption of bonds due 

April 1, 1926 

4% One year Notes, New- York ($70,000,000 Notes due 
Sept. 1, 1926. called April 1, 1926)— 
Printing— Canadian Bank Note Co., Ltd., Ottawa, Ont 
4% one, two and three year notes ($24,000,000)— 
1-32 of one per cent commission paid to Bank of Montreal, 
New- York, for redemption of three year Notes due 
Nov. 16. 1927 



ScHKDuu: No. 25 

MitaOaneous Charges — 

Home Bank Depositors Relief Act, 15-16 Geo. V, Chap. 
45 

Civil Service Superannuation Act, 1924, Chap. 24, 
R.S. 1927 (Government contribution to the Fund).. 

Contributions of \V. ('. Acker to Superannuation Fund, 
No. 1, from April 1, 1890, to September 30, 1905, toget- 
her with interest thereon at 4 per cent, transferred to 
Civil Service Superannuation Act, 1924, O.C. 129/2275 
November 28, 1927 

Advance made to O. M. Biggar for expenses in connection 
with arguing the Appeal before the Privy Council, in 
the case of Macdonald and Canadian National Rail- 
wsyB and Luscar Collieres, Limited 

The Honourable Provincial Treasurer of British Colum 
hia, on account of head taxes collected upon Chinese 
during the fiscal year 1923-24 

Soldier Settlement Board — Amount written off loans to 
Soldier Settlers for purchase of live stock as provided 
for by Chapter 53 of the Statutes of 1925 

Soldier Settlement BofutI — Amount written off Loans to 
Soldier Settlers for purchase of land as provided for 
by Chapter AS of the Statutes of 1927 



3,995 31 



1,562 98 

16 00 

860 11 



2,891 20 
2.161 62 



2,439 09 

5,052 82 

3 13 
930 79 

636 56 



13,057 70 



205,032 55 
1,402,210 32 

268 99 

1,000 00 
19,414 00 

3,240 16 
61,087 76 



1,692.253 77 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



33 



COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1926-27 AND 1927-28 



li 


1926-27 


1927-28 


< cts. 


S cts. 


1 cts. 


1 ets. 


SCHBDXTLE No. 26 

National Revenue — 
Customs Import Duties — 
Alberta 


3,536,500 07 

15,943,964 48 

9,096,992 97 

5,824,483 54 

3,311,671 03 

75,201,220 93 

162,677 75 

42.700,538 07 

3.088.802 28 

90.914 17 




4,203,993 74 

16,314.143 18 

9,437.659 56 

4,004,245 19 

3,514,903 81 

85,960,295 36 

186,619 68 

44,528,477 87 

3,627,712 60 

82,551 67 

8 75 

8,447 46 




British Columbia 






Manitoba 






New Brunswick 






Nova Scotia 






Ontario 






Prince Kdward Tslnnd 






Quebec 






Saskatchewan 






Yukon 






Departrnent of National Revenue 






British P. 0. Parcels 


8,603 25 






Less— Returned duties and drawbacks. . 

Excise Duties — 
Alberta 






158,966,-368 54 
16,997,690 90 


171,868,958 76 
14,883,141 11 




141.968.677 64 


156,986,817 65 


636,082 12 

1,711,581 42 

828,788 71 

168,562 19 

33,931 31 

11,272,035 85 

37,447 16 

33,860,483 32 

684,605 15 

5,287 26 


652,506 31 

1,935,809 28 

819,200 30 

250,108 02 

37,298 22 

15,142,798 91 

38,658 96 

38,617,252 40 

566,944 22 

1,608 75 


British Columbia 






Manitoba 






New Brunswick 












Ontario 






Prince Edward Island 






Quebec 












Yukon Territory 












49,138,804 49 
625.644 05 


58,062,086 37 
661,187 91 




48.613,160 44 




Sales Tax, Tax on Cheques, Transportation 
Tax, etc.— 
Sales 


67,400,897 46 


82.305.670 60 

12.602,565 77 

9.325.276 18 

2.452,779 52 

37,036 00 


72,100,244 12 

12,108,798 19 

4,736,439 69 

2,534,981 78 

182,622 06 








Stamps, including cheques embossed 
















Janm — Refunds, ot^ 






106.723.328 07 
1.110.168 07 


91,662.085 74 
1,439,164 42 




106,613.160 00 




Taxation Branch — 


90.222.981 82 


47.386.309 22 
710.102 19 
336.367 66 


66,671,047 39 
956,031 44 
346,429 86 














Sundry Collections — 

Camial Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Apoendix No. 16).. 
Premium, Discount and Exchange 


48.431,779 06 


67,872,606 68 


409.242 00 

305,899 97 

47 30 


430,303 42 

423.843 94 

21 54 










716,189 87 


864 168 90 












346,241.967 01 


363,336,824 01 


SCHBDULB No. 27 
Finance — 
Chartered Banks 


1,174.664 95 
947,829 95 


1,224,644 4« 








999,008 84 


Interest on Investments (Appendix No. 13) — 


1.636.522 66 

808,614 /5 

1,171,479 40 

1.672.271 80 


1,660.992 47 

624.202 29 

1,064.277 26 

l.«40,320 52 




IxMuis to Banks , 










Advances to Foreign Governments 










Gamed forward 


4,647,888 61 


2,122,494 90 


4,879,792 53 


2,223,647 80 



tna-i 



34 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1926-27 AND 1927 -28--Continued 



Brought forward 

ScHSDUix No. 27 — Concluded 

Finance — Concluded — 
Interest on Investments — Concluded 
Canadian Government Merchant Marine 

Montreal Harbour Debentures 

Vancouver Harbour Debentures 

Seed Grain and Relief Advances 

Soldier Land Settlement Advances 

Miscellaneous 

Sundry CoUecliona — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange 



SCHKDXTUC No. 28 
Interior — 

Dominion Lands — 

Canadian National Parks 

Coal Lands 

Export Tax on Gold 

Forestry Branch, sale of trees, etc 

Fur sales 

General sales 

Grazing lands rentals, feea and improve- 
ments 

Hay permits 

Homestead fees 

Improvements 

Irrigation sales 

Map sales, office feea, etc 

Mining fees 

Petroleum 

Pre-emption sales under Act of 1908. . . 

Purchased homestead sales 

Rent of water power 

Rentals of land 

Stone quarries 

Timber dues 

Trappers and Traders licenses 

Suspense Account 

Miscellaneous 



Lbsb— Refunds. 



Ordnance Lands 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fbes and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 16). 



SCHEDXTLB No. 29 

Marine and Fiaheriea — 
Fisheriea — 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Prince Edward Island 

Saskatchewan 

Yukon 



Less — Refunds 

Carried forward . 



1926-27 



S cts. 



4,647,888 61 



30,426 61 
908,931 34 
681,245 76 
113.245 88 
1,889,443 77 
288.219 15 



227,263 68 

5,098 90 

644,490 66 



238,078 04 
414,843 90 
12.437 64 
17,674 69 
11,625 67 
45,991 92 



171, 

14, 

57, 

44, 

15, 

28, 

87, 

478, 

457, 

25, 

31. 

17. 

6. 

1.190, 

21, 

1. 

28. 



344 04 
623 26 
700 00 
162 20 
989 89 
774 45 
090 41 
150 45 
225 98 
614 15 
336 41 
239 08 
130 04 
974 61 
051 00 
111 98 
784 14 



3,418,5.'i3 95 
91.280 73 



19,494 00 

107,948 88 

20. 170 00 

9,281 75 

9.804 00 

2,931 00 

6.233 50 

350 00 



S cts. 



176,213 13 



2,122.494 90 



8.559.401 12 



876,853 24 



11,558,749 26 



1927-28 



S cts. 



3.327.273 22 

29.702 44 

42,351 46 

4,472 45 



3.403,799 67 



176.213 13 



176,213 13 



4.879.792 53 



12,599 92 

2,849,604 65 

723,331 97 

119.741 85 

2,009,623 01 

283,128 45 



461,902 24 

625 00 

593,752 57 



275.229 34 
415,532 65 
14.205 55 
18,687 62 
22,271 00 
91,381 39 



174, 

13, 

72, 

46. 

11, 

34, 

127, 

298, 

597. 

32, 

50. 

18, 

7. 

1,388, 

19, 

2, 

29. 



279 92 
449 04 
551 00 
736 39 
031 70 
467 59 
680 00 
445 99 
250 13 
660 54 
417 00 
939 05 
400 27 
140 48 
427 00 
888 07 
956 84 



3,762,928 56 
74.333 97 



18,364 60 

47.628 84 

22,434 00 

11,062 60 

10,617 76 

2,887 76 

6.760 2.') 

605 OOl 



119,160 .59 
7 00 



S cts. 



2.223,647 80 



10,937,822 38 



1,046,279 81 



14,207,749 99 



.688.694 69 

14.206 88 

12.246 06 

3.622 96 



3,718,699 63 



119.143 69 



119, 143 69 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



35 



COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1926-27 AND 1927 -2S— Continued 



1926-27 



S cts 



f cts 



1927-28 



$ cu 



S cts. 



Brought forward 

ScHSDULC 29 — Concluded 

Marine and Fisheries — Concluded 

Harbour Dues 

Whar\'es and Piers 

Dominion Steamers 

Steamboat Inspection 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange 



Schedule No. 30 

Patent and Copyright Office — 
Patent Fees— 

Assignments 

Caveats 

Certified Copies 

Patents 

Petition under Section 17, etc. 
Reinstatement of Application. 

Restoration of Patent 

Revival of Patent 

Subscriptions to Record 

Sundries 



15,224 30 

2.034 50 

10,417 

400,793 00 

70 00 

645 00 

3.400 00 

2.110 00 

3,997 3 

-2 25 



Trademarks and Copyrights — 

Assignments 

Certified Copies 

Copyrights 

Deagns 

Timbermarks 

Trademarks 



2,339 00 

913 60 

9,226 II 

2,775 00 

52 00 

63,934 25 



Fines and Forfeitures . 



SCHEDULB No. 31 

Post Office— 

Postage. Commission on Money Orders, 

etc 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15) . . 



175.213.13 



2.822 05 

114.255 1.' 

11,875 30 

135.130 90 

402,501 32 

13.007 22 

1 08 



854.806 15 



438.689 78 



79.239 96 



517,929 74 
1 OOi 



517,930 74 



29,069.169 35 

15,874 59 

639 00 



29,085,682 94 



SCBCDULI No. 32 



Public Works— 

Ferries 

Graving Docks 

Slides and Booms. 
Telegraphs 



1,048 00 

125.305 58 

96 »4 

296.413 75 



Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15) 



6»382-3i 



422.864 27 
213.077 74 



C35.942 01 



16.800 61 

2.031 75 

11,859 97 

371,491 88 

45 00 

555 00 

3,226 65 

1,815 00 

4,254 38 

59 30 



3.124 25 

687 65 

9.172 85 

2.895 50 

28 00 

67.744 05 



119.143 59 



2.163 71 

55,638 92 

5,909 04 

127,851 95 

523,573 99 

15.648 61 

14 25 



849.944 06 



412, 139 54 



83,652 30 



495,791 84 



495.791 84 



31,562,580 03 
3.624 49 
1.013 97 



31.667.218 49 



1,361 00 

97.806 12 

16 79 

296.596 07 



396.280 98 

191.871 30 

700 00 

587.S8S28 



« DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1926-27 AND 1927 -2S— Continued 



192ft-27 



cts 



cts. 



1927-28 



eta. 



cts. 



SCHXDTTU No. 33 



fiotlmmt and Canals — 
Canal*— 

Beauhamois 

Cardinal 

Carillon and Grenville.... 

Chambly 

Chats Falls 

Cornwall 

Lachine 

Murray 

Port Colbome Elevator... 

Rideau 

Sault St«. Marie 

Soulanges 

St. Ann's Lock and Canal. 

St. Peters 

Trent 

Welland 

Welland Ship Canal 

Miscellaneous 



Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15) . 



SCHKDITLB No. 34 

Trade and Commerce — 
Electric Light Inspection — 

Inspection Fees 

Electrical Standards Laboratory Fees. 

Export licenses, electric power 

Export Tax, electric power 



Gas Inspection — 

Alberta 

British Columbia. 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick . . . 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Quebec 



Weights and Measures Inspection — 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan 

Yukon 

Laboratory Fees 

Post Office Inspectors Fees 



LiM Refunds 



Canada Grain Act 

Casual Revenue (.\ppendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (.\ppendix No. 14). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange 



15,075 31 

1,817 50 

1,174 00 

958 24 

1 00 
26.046 70 

226,319 

239 00 

494.455 92 

12,699 00 

86 00 

3,971 67 

545 36 

30 00 

95.792 02 

79.657 29 

2,824 01 

2 00 



180,710 40 
133 75 
650 50 

357,421 89 



3.639 20 

7,396 90 

2,732 50 

967 40 

469 60 

40,553 90 

21.120 70 



30,082 35 

12.247 45 

28.550 40 

7.799 65 

8.698 65 

118,300 45 

2,042 35 

77,060 70 

43,156 55 

92 65 

2,503 04 

2,500 00 



333,034 24 



961.694 09 

160.460 66 

112 00 



1,122,266 65 



538.016 54 



76,880 20 



333,034 34 

2.S82.084 15 

31.670 67 

S44 8« 



3.863,830 08 



15,075 31 

2.006 .^0 

637 00 

1,015 74 

1 00 

26, 164 80 

234,381 27 

232 14 

614.466 25 

12.562 51 

139 00 

4,203 89 

648 64 

73 00 

95,708 02 

346,289 07 

2,013 32 

60 00 



189,399 20 
162 25 
675 00 

373.676 21 



4.457 60 

6.737 00 

4,006 20 

1,283 80 

639 60 

47, 154 20 

21,437 20 



36.332 90 

13,478 05 

28.649 50 

7.826 80 

8.796 76 

137,844 10 

2,180 65 

74,856 50 

46.717 38 

98 15 

2.422 35 

2.500 00 



361.703 13 
13 00 



1.355.677 46 

173,175 01 

27 00 



1,528,879 47 



563,912 66 



86.715 60 



361,090 13 

2.677.877 62 

23.170 18 

300 00 

1 80 

3.712.087 89 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



37 



COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1926-27 AND 1927-28— Con/tnw€d 



1 


1926-27 


192" 


'-28 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


t cts. 


HP- Schedulb No. 35 

Other Devartments — 
AffricuUwe — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15) . 

Architeg — 
Casual Revenue (Appendii No. 14) 


302,193 84 
6.187 77 




344,468 35 
10.332 07 








308,381 61 
31 00 

7,393 00 


354,800 42 
14 30 






Civil Service Commission — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 






10.417 25 


External Affairs — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 


139.442 07 
64 


145.202 71 




Premium. Discount and Exchange 


139,442 71 
35 00 


145,202 71 


Government Contracts Supervision Commitiee- 
Casual Revenue 




82.783 73 
20.187 38 
51.606 28 
1,340 54 
67,365 53 


Health- 
Mariners Fund — 
British Columbia 


71.385 11 
22.196 99 
50.251 44 
866 00 
51.442 34 




New Brunswick 






Nova Scotia 






Prince Edward Island 






Quebec 














196,141 88 
1,061 60 


223,283 46 
1.235 38 




Less — Refunds 














195,080 28 
60,819 83 
12,659 91 


222.048 08 
63.221 45 
10,506 75 










Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 16) 








268.560 02 


285,775 28 


Immigration and Colonization — 

Chinese Immigration Tax 


13,228 00 

32.780 98 

64.031 45 

138 67 


14,179 00 

9,100 11 

76,042 19 

25 46 


Casual Revenue (Api)endix No. 14) 






Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15).. 






Premium, Discount and Exchange 








110.179 10 
8.423 90 


99,346 76 
19.824 00 


Indian Affairs— 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 






Insurance — 
Insurance inspection 


120.333 73 


123.767 85 
113 70 
500 00 




Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 






Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15).. 












120.333 73 


124,881 55 


Justice — 
Penitentiaries— 
Alberta 


4.488 50 
4.879 71 
18.566 79 
88.125 85 
20,369 65 
12,817 01 
21,090 82 


4.477 00 
5.981 50 
20,614 08 
90.178 34 
22.793 59 
13.247 09 
20.641 89 


British Columbia 






Dorchester 






KingirtOP , 






Maoitohft , , 






Saskatchewan 






St. Vincent de Paul 














170,338 33 

28,961 33 

205 50 


177.933 49 

23.646 46 

187 39 




Caiual Revmue (Appendix No. 14) 

FiDM aad Forfeitures (Appendix No. 16) 










199,506 16 


aOl.766 84 


Labour— 

Caaoal Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appwdis No. 15) 


1.515 40 
76.189 11 


1.425 78 
28.810 89 






77,704 61 


is.aees 








Carried forward 


1.239.969 74 


1.266.765 23 



38 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



COMPARATIVE SCHEDULES OF ORDINARY REVENUE FOR THE 
FISCAL YEARS 1926-27 AND 1927-28— ConcZizrfed 



1926-27 



eta. 



1927-28 



ct«. 



I cto. 



Brought forward 

ScHBOuLB No. 35 — Concluded 

Other Departments — Concluded 
Legislation — 
■Senate — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 



House of Commons — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 
Fines and Forfeitures 



Mines — 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No. 15) 



National Defence — 

Militia Pensions 

Royal Military College 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14) 

Fines and Forfeitures (Appendix No- 15). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange 



Office oj the Secretary to the Governor General — 
Casual Revenue 



Public Printing and Stationery — 

Canada Gazette 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 



Royal Canadian Mounted Police — 

Officers Pension Revenue 

Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 



Secretary of State — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 



Soldiers' Ciml Re-establishment — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange.. 



Soldier Settlement Board — 
Casual Revenue (Appendix No. 14). 
Premium, Discount and Exchange.. 



Superannuation Revenue — 
(Appendix No. 17) 



1,239,989 74 



30,097 41 



14,029 75 
15,200 00 



,915 48 
260 85 



128,386 40 

18,239 19 

213,150 28 



3,630 71 



68,311 97 
116,758 14 



8,769 06 
8.000 73 



490.860 82 
26 60 



224 70 
1,001 21 



69.327 16 



9,176 33 



363,406 58 



42 00 



185,070 11 



16,769 79 



344,514 80 



490,887 42 



1,225 91 



392 IS 
2,710.801 99 



31.010 07 
29,532 28 



4,987 03 
205 00 



128,016 62 

20,232 00 

149,239 80 

775 00 

1 20 



81,242 62 
130,594 66 



6,144 26 
9,419 71 



207,351 58 
1 19 



486 49 
393 26 



1,226.765 23 



60,542 35 



5,192 03 



298,264 62 



211,837 28 

15,563 97 
646.814 74 

207,352 77 

879 75 

172 38 
2,713.385 12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES OF SPECIAL REVENUE, 1927-28 



39 



S CtB. 



$ ets. 



$ etc 



ScHXDuif No. 36 

War and Demobilization ReceipU — 
Refunds of Previous Years' Expenditur&- 
National Defence — Militia Services. . 

Secretary of State 

Indian .\ffair8 

Public Worka 



9.834 01 

119,760 66 

12,000 00 

63.370 58 



204.974 23 



Schedule No. 37 

MiaceHaneoua Receipts — 

Refund of expenditure incurred by Department (rf 
National Defence between June 12, 1025, and August 
24, 1925, for troops sent to Cape Breton, N.8., for 
strike duty 

Payments received on account of Reparations from 
Germany under the Dawes Plan 

Payments received on account of Reparations from 
Germany "Pre-Dawes" 



133,116 73 
3,002,047 78 
3,789.430 00 



6,924,594 51 



40 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
SCHEDULES TO CASH STATEMENT 



cts. 



Receipts 



cts. 



Payments 



cts. 



SCHEDUUB "AA" 

Adtameea to Foreign Governmenla — 

Belgian Government Account (sale of horses) 

Greek Government Account 

Balance of receipts over payments as per cash state- 
ment 



8CH«DUM "BB" 

Jtuvranee and Supennnuation Funds — 

Government Annuities 

Insurance Fund, Civil Service 

Insurance Fund, Returned Soldiers 

Retirement Fund 

Civil Service Superannuation and Retirement Act. 1893, 

Now Chap. 17, R. S. 1906 

Civil Service Superannuation Act. 1924, Now Chap. 24, 

R. S. 1927 

Balance of receipts over payments as per cash state- 
ment 



SCBSDXTUB "CC" 
Trwt Funds— 

Alberta School Lands 

Burrard Dry Dock Pontoons 

Canadian National Railways — 

Equipment Issues, 1923, Redemption Account 

Guaranteed Bond Issues, Outstanding Interest 

Common School Fund 

Contractors' Securities 

Decayed Pilots Fund 

Empress of Ireland Relief Fund 

Halifax Pilots Pension Fund 

Immigration Guarantee and Special Funds 

Indian Funds 

Manitoba School Lands 

Military Estates No. 1 

Military Estates No. 2 

Militia and Defence — Regimental Funds 

Royal Military College— Cadet Funds 

Saskatchewan School Lands 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment— War Service Gratuity 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment — Pensions, etc 

Soldier Settlement Board 

Sydney Pilots Pension Fund 

St. John Pilots Pension Fund 

Balance of receipts over payments as per cash state- 
ment 



SCHBDXJLIl "DD" 

MiteeUaneoua Current Accounts — 

Advances to Royal Mint. Copper Purchase Account. 

Gold Purchase Account. . . 

Nickel Purchase Account. 

Silver Purchase Account.. 

Bank of Montreal, Provincial Notes Suspense 

Bond Suspense Account 

Candidates Election Deposits 

Canada Grain Act. Advance Account 

Dominion Assay Office 

Empire Settlement Scheme, Advances under 

Empire Settlement Scheme, Replacement Suspense.. 

Foreign Com 

Halifax Pilot*— General Account 

Imperial Govenment .\ccount 

Indian Affairs, Rpecial 

King's Printer, Printing Account 



4,528,336 00 
195,000 00 



4,723,336 00 



4.723,336 00 



4,723,336 00 



4,353,526 95 
721,566 58 

1,598,597 05 
746,322 39 

109,737 47 

4,541,341 55 



1.080,162 17 
142,739 18 
724,391 68 
633.061 28 

41,864 00 

514,494 23 

8,934,379 45 



12,071,091 99 



12,071,091 99 



864,433 85 
3,737 91 



1,500, 
2,436, 

1,076, 

20, 

4, 

8, 

268, 

1,604, 

61, 

48, 

2, 

4, 

59, 

1,203, 

5, 

458, 

84, 

11, 

8, 



000 00 
750 00 
989 93 
968 62 
192 73 
013 12 
929 95 
631 68 
541 99 
699 63 
505 05 
215 65 
862 55 
292 27 
737 83 
726 61 
885 96 
116 45 
505 46 
131 77 



425,626 39 



1.499.000 00 
2,452,450 00 



932, 

12, 

4, 

8, 

262, 

1.262, 

47, 

43, 

3, 

57, 

799, 

6, 

504, 

96, 

12, 

11, 



727 91 
433 71 
099 68 
133 47 
645 84 
128 84 
211 57 
335 53 
800 95 
154 90 
375 81 
512 90 
349 66 
509 32 
779 88 
995 51 
148 73 



1,295,448 42 



9.737,869 02 



9,737,869 02 



47 

26,679 

256 

568 

12,070 
1 

2.072 

1,748 
96 
39 

2,279 
99 
99 
11 

2,607 



,361 58 
430 34 
,000 00 
,363 46 
63 00 
,600 00 
000 00 
,232 20 
,967 87 
,798 41 
266 79 
864 93 
143 85 
072 28 
515 36 
,765 12 



50,103 88 

27.219,071 90 

264,724 75 

539,874 23 



1,000 00 

2,078,063 88 

1,775.517 00 

79.666 74 

46.035 14 

2,307.510 14 

99. 143 85 

96,197 10 

23.182 07 

2.214.303 00 



Carried forward. 



48.597,455 18 36,784,414 58 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES TO CASH STATEMENT— Con^tnwed 



41 



eta. 



Receipts 



$ cts. 



Psymmts 



t eta. 



Brought forward 

ScHSDUU "DD" — Concluded 

iliacellaneous Current AccounU — Concluded 

Kind's Printer, Stationery Account 

ReKistration and Insurance Fees re War Loan Bonds 

Saskatchewan Government Seed Grain Advances of 1908 

8eed Grain and Relief, Department of the Interior 

Sterling Exchange Refunds 

Sydney Pilots — General Account 

St. John Pilots — General Account 

Unpaid Debentures 

Unpaid Warrants 

Walter J. King — Suspense Account 

Balance of receipts over payments as per cash state- 
ment 



48,597.455 18 



1.267.012 86 

25,658 97 

1.90S 39 

313,193 83 

924 33 

56,130 66 

51,500 50 

16,262 71 

32 40 

80 00 



36,784,414 58 



1.182,395 39 
25,658 97 

152,370 68 

924 33 

56,130 66 

51,500 60 



12.076,764 51 



50,330,159 62 



50,330.159 62 



ScHSDina "EE" 

Soldier and General Land Settlement — 

Soldier Land Settlement, Loans 

General Land Settlement. Loans 

Land Settlement. Purchased Liuids 

Soldier Land Settlement, Assurance Fund 

Land Settlement. Suspense 

British Land Settlement Advances, No. 6 

Balance of receipts over payments as per cash state- 
ment 



6.100,674 25 

739,303 81 

25,689 79 

300 00 

758,060 16 

1.134.533 06 



3,246,666 42 

2.958,638 81 

76,460 22 

538.166 34 
1,134,533 06 

804,096 22 



8.758,561 07 



8,758.561 07 



SCHZDULS "FF" 

Public Works Capital — Canals — 
Trent Canal- 
Construction, and betterments 

Claim of F. A. Robertson, with interest thereon 

Claim of Dennon and Rodgers. with interest thereon. 

Refunds of exi)enditure8 of previous years 

Welland Ship Canal- 
Construction 

Compensation to P. Lyall & Sons Construction Com- 
pany for washing rock excavated during 1926 



9,578 87 
19.542 01 
11.902 14 



820 00 



14.149.743 28 
38.752 00 



Refunds of expenditures of previous years 

Welland Canal- 
Refunds of expenditures of previous years 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment , 



465,569 53 

224 00 

13.762.904 77 



41.023 02 



14,188.495 i8 



14.229.518 30 



14.229.518 80 



SCHlDtJlJI "GO" 

PMie Worka Capital— Railwaye— 

Canadian Government Railways- 
Exchequer Court Awards 

Outstanding cheques paid 



8,953 09 
700 00 



Refunds of expenditure of previous vears — 
Sale of 8.8. Drummond and MoKee, fifth instal- 
ment 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Railway — 
Ftkyments for bonds and interest under Chap. 16, 
SUtutes of 1915 



86.000 00 



9.653 09 



63.418 77 



Carried forward 



86.000 00 



73.071 88 



42 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
SCHEDULES TO CASH STATEMENT— Continued 



cts. 



B«ceipts 



cts. 



Payments 



ots. 



Brought forward . 



36,000 00 



Schedule "GG" — Concluded 
Public R orka Capital — Railways — Concluded 

Hudson Bay Railway- 
Construction and betterments 

Refunds of expenditure of previous years 

Hudson Bay Terminals — 

Fort Churchill — Construction and betterments 

Port Nelson — Refunds of expenditure of previous years. 

Canadian Pacific Railway — Original construction 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash statement. 



328,158 29 



364 76 

sisoi'.Ms'o? 



73.071 86 



3,002,382 86 

880,643 30 
71 00 



Schedule "HH" 

Public Works Capital — Miscellaneoua — 

Ottawa — New departmental building 

Ottawa Parliament Building 

Ottawa — Expropriation of property between Sparks and 

Wellington streets, east of Elgin street 

Washington, D.C. — Canadian Legation building and site 

Esquimau, B.C. — Construction of Dry Dock 

Port Arthur and Fort William — Harbour improvements. 

Quebec Harbour — Champlain Dock 

Sorel Harbour — Improvements 

St. John Harbour — Improvements 

Toronto Harbour — Improvements 

St. Andrews Rapids, Red River, Manitoba 

St. Lawrence River — Improvements — 

Ship Channel — Dredging 

Sorel Shipyard 

Sorel Shipyard — Refunds of expenditure of previous 

years 

Government Shipbuilding Program — ^Proceeds from 
sale of ships 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment 



3,956,169 02 



3,956.169 02 



SCHEDXTLE "IT" 

Advances to Provinces, Banks, etc. — 

Province of Manitoba (Housing Loans) 

Province of New Brunswick (Housing Loans) 

Province of Nova Scotia (Housing Loans) 

Province of Ontario ( Housing Loans) 

Province of Quebec (Housing Loans) 

Loans to Banks, "Finance Act, Chap. 70, R.S. 1927". 

Montreal Harbour Commission 

Vancouver Harbour Commission 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cc»h state- 
ment 



Schedule "JJ" 
Savings Banks — 

Post Office Savings Banks 

Dominion Government Savings Banks 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment 



SCHEODUB "EE" 
Conttngent Funds — 

Bfuique du Peuple 

Baaque St. Hyacinthe 

Banque St. Jean 

Bank of Vancouver 

Banque Ville Marie 

Board of Pension Commissioners, Mennonite Fonds. 

Carried forward 



68 75 



1.921,902 56 
95,561 83 



851 60 
174,963 18 

42,065 46 
477,754 36 
143,291 25 
103,962 49 

46,600 87 
188,590 00 
181,624 44 

14,709 10 



2,017,464 39 



711 27 

110.000 00 

3.281,097 11 



3,391,877 13 



3.391,877 13 



165.000 00 

58,000 00 

175.000 00 

9.3.50,000 00 

20,440 00 

278,250,000 00 

1,000,000 00 



17,400,560 00 



306,419,000 00 



4,411,584 08 
1,219,186 24 

818,266 53 



6.449,086 8fi 



5 00 



26 00 



30 00 



301.760.000 00 
3.106,000 00 
1,664.000 00 



306,419.000 00 



4.350,711 IS 
2.098,325 73 



6.449.036 86 



10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
42 49 
26 00 
62 26 



169 74 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
SCHEDULES TO CASH STATEMENT— C(mc/M</ed 



43 



li 



Brought forward. 



ScHKDUUi "KK" — Concluded 



Continoent Funds — Concluded 

Cash Suspense 

Commercial Bank of Manitoba 

Farmers' Bank 

Home Bank of Canada 

Income Tax Suspense 

Internment Operations 

Interior Department Suspense 

Land Assurance Fund 

Lumbermen's Indemnity Exchange (In Liquidation)... 

National Benefit Assurance Company (In Liquidation) 

Outstanding Cheques 

Prisoners of War 

Railways and Canals Suspense 

Railway Grade Crossing Fund 

Sovereign Bank of Canada 

Unclaimed Dividends under the Bankruptcy Act 

Victory Loan 1917, at credit of subscribers in arrears. .. 

Victory Loan 1918, at credit of subscribers in arrears. . . 

Victory Loan 1919, at credit of subscribers in arrears. . . 

York County Loan and Savings Company (In Liquida- 
tion) 

Balance of payments over receipts as per cash state- 
ment , 



Schedule "LL" 

Loan Accounts (Funded Debt) — 
Payable in Canada — 

Dominion Stock, issue A, 3J per cent 

Dominion Stock, issue B, 3} per cent 

Dominion of Canada War Loan 1915-25, 5 per cent. 

Debenture Stock 5 per cent (School Lands) 

War Savings Certificates 

War Savings and Thrift Stamps 

Dominion of Canada Savings Certificates 

Victory Loan, 1917, due 1922, oj per cent 

Victory Loan, 1917, due 1927, SJ per cent. 



Victory Loan, 1918, due 1923, 6* per cent 

Victory Loan, 1919, due 1924, 5| per cent 

Renewal Loan, 1922, due 1927, 5§ per cent 

Renewal Loan, 1922, due 1932, 5 j per cent 

Refunding Loan, 1923, due 1928, 5 per cent 

Treasury Notes, 1924, due 1927, 4 per cent 

1 hree year Treasury Notes, 19i27, due 1930, 4 per cent. 

PatiabU in New York — 

Public Service Loan, due 1926, 5 par cent 

One Year Notes, due 1926, 4 per cent 

Sinking Funds — 

Loan of 1909^ 

Loan of 1930^ 

Loanof 194(W0 



Sinking Funds Cash 

Balance* of pajrments oyer receipts as p«r cash state- 
ment 



SCBIDUUI "MM" 

Interest due and unpaid — 

Unpaid Interest, Domestic IxMUis 

Unpaid Interest, New York Loans 

Unpaid Interest, London Loans 

Balance of paymenu over receipts as per cash statement 



cts. 



092,105 49 
1,711,374 47 
1,015,205 73 



Receipts 



cts. 



30 00 



450,437 09 
500 



65,776 91 
5.600 00 



364 77 
4.558 04 



56,232 46 



14 75 



10,121 53 
8,667 GO 



311,278 60 



922.066 15 



521.000 00 
3,100 95 



45,000,000 00 



1,272.263 60 
75,2M.521 36 



129.083.885 91 



100.547,861 56 

11.393.700 00 

12,321 77 

148.599 24 



Payments 



cts. 



159 74 



167.734 78 

63 S3 

6,823 6S 

2,400 60 

309 25 

2,400 00 

5,298 26 

8,091 08 

48,479 45 

390 

678,787 53 

301 54 

61 43 

245 00 

280 00 

10 00 

39 81 



922,066 15 



1.000 00 

4.300 00 

89,700 00 

1,198 10 

4,8»00 

10, 4M 25 

18,100 00 

63,133,550 00 

50,500 00 

87,000 00 

28,514.700 00 

12,070.600 00 

6.254.000 00 

8.000.000 00 



10.000 00 
5.000 00 



3.418.685 60 
1.359.300 87 



183.033.885 91 



100.716.473 06 

11.886.483 35 

37 36 



112.102.963 57 113.103.983 57 



44 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Year 



1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 , 

1884 , 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 9mo 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 

1922 

1923 

1924 

1926 

1928 

1927 

1928 



Expenditure 

chJargeable 

to 

Consolidated 

Fund 



13,486 

14,038 

14,345 

15,623 

17,589 

19,174 

23,316 

23,713 

24,488 

23,519 

23,503 

24,455 

24,850 

25,502 

27,067 

28,730 

31,107 

35,037 

39,011 

35,657 

36,718 

36,917 

35,994 

36,343, 

36,765, 

38,814. 

37,585, 

38.132, 

36,949. 

38,349. 

38,832, 

41,903. 

42.975. 

46.866. 

50,759, 

51,691, 

65.612. 

63,319. 

67.240. 

61,542, 

76.641, 

84,064, 

79,411. 

87,774. 

98,161, 

112,059. 

127,384. 

135,623, 

130,350, 

148,599, 

178,284, 

232,731, 

303,843, 

361,118, 

347.660, 

332,293, 

324,813, 

318,891. 

320,660, 

319,648, 

336.167. 



cts. 

.092 96 
.084 00 
,509 68 
,081 72 
,468 82 
,647 92 
,316 75 
,071 04 
,372 11 
,301 77 
,158 25 
381 66 
,634 45 
,554 42 
,103 58 
, 157 45 
,706 25 
,060 12 
,612 26 
,680 16 
.494 79 
.834 76 
.031 47 
,567 96 
,894 18 
,052 90 
.025 52 
.005 05 
.142 03 
.759 84 
,525 70 
.500 54 
.279 51 
.367 84 
,391 97 
,902 76 
.832 70 
.682 86 
.640 95 
,161 09 
,451 59 
232 38 
747 12 
198 32 
440 77 
537 41 
472 99 
206 64 
726 90 
343 23 
312 83 
282 98 
929 90 
145 21 
690 63 
732 09 
189 75 
901 26 
479 14 
172 69 
960 98 



Expenditure 

chargeable 

to 

Capital 



5.821.415.244 19 



t cts. 

648.437 68 

440.418 40 

3.515,116 18 

3.670,396 61 

7.853.049 79 

19,859,441 17 

10,177.740 06 

6,922.742 33 

7.154,007 94 

7,599,709 55 

6,657,200 36 

6,648,331 66 

8,241,173 98 

8.176.316 50 
7,405,637 06 

14,147,359 76 
23,977,702 44 
13,220,185 35 
9,589,734 19 
4,439.938 72 
7,162,964 26 
4,420,313 66 
4,053,168 98 
3,115,860 04 
2,164,456 78 

3.088.317 60 
3,862,969 67 
3,030,490 40 
3,781,311 21 
3,523,160 23 
4,143.503 39 
6.936.342 94 
7,468,843 24 
7,695,488 34 

10,078,638 06 
7,052,724 58 
7,881,718 54 
11,933,491 91 
11,913,871 11 
11,329,143 82 
30,429,906 86 
42,693,166 97 
29,756,353 38 
30,852,963 38 
30,939,575 95 
27.206,046 13 
37.180,175 93 
41,447,320 03 
38,566,950 50 
26,880,031 61 
43,111,903 63 
26,031,266 30 
69,301,877 83 
40,012,807 22 
16,295,332 65 
9,807.124 34 
10,861,277 09 
16,660,610 77 
16,798,648 92 
19,658,702 63 
20.636,647 85 



Railv^ 
Subsidies 



cts. 



916.698.898 06 



208,000 
403,245 
,701,249 
,406,533 
,027,041 
846,721 
,678,195 
,265,705 
,248,215 
811.394 
,229.885 
,310.549 
,228,745 
416,9.55 
,414,934 
,201.220 
725,720 
,512,328 
,093,939 
,463,222 
,046,878 
,275,629 
,637,574 
,324,889 
,037,629 
,785.887 
,048,097 
,284,892 
859,400 
,935,507 
036,236 
191.607 
400.171 
959,583 
720,404 
43,805 
334,845 



-t.Stt 8t 



War 

and 
Demobilization 



Other charges 
including 

Cost of Loan 
Flotations 



cts. 
\ 



60,750,476 01 

166,197,755 47 

306,488,814 63 

343,836,801 98 

446,519,439 48 

346,612,954 66 

16,997.643 99 

1.644.249 66 

4.464.759 76 

446.082 79 

506.931 27 

191.392 79 

64.485 08 

1,656,011 00 



S cts. 

37, 157 98 
429,663 24 
166,988 18 



223, 

5, 

4, 

2,253, 

315, 

1,388, 

385, 

676, 

949, 

117, 

201, 

21, 

2,567, 

502, 

10,534, 



456 13 
718 48 
018 90 
097 17 
764 40 
984 38 
412 99 
225 30 
947 68 
771 74 
884 75 
368 75 
452 84 
587 06 
973 07 



76.115,221 091,696.277,608 47 



155 

1,333 

44 

68 

2,093 

139 

330 

399 

137 

682 

943 

501 

1,547 

908 

1,038 

1,538 

6,713 

2,275 

2,485 

1,581 

3,469 

4,998 

4,179 

2.949 

7,181 

265 

2.640 

5,186 

3,186 

15,275, 

10.706, 

-7,283, 

19.995, 

492, 

301, 

4,042, 

7,902, 

3,953, 

6,330, 

7,814, 

1,705, 



,623 07 
,327 81 
.946 56 
,074 32 
,569 43 
,963 34 
,353 60 
,293 89 
,185 19 
,880 52 
317 19 
571 76 
623 74 
681 42 
830 83 
722 13 
617 94 
334 47 
555 29 
944 36 
692 12 
237 55 
.576 15 
196 72 
665 23 
786 93 
161 94 
018 27 
898 20 
346 03 
786 72 
681 61 
313 04 
048 06 
518 01 
930 53 
758 94 
432 66 
092 09 
976 87 
311 47 



Total 
Disbursements 



150.976.052 81 



14,071 

14,908 

18.018 

19,293 

25,665 

39,039 

33,498 

32,888 

31,958 

32,507 

30,545 

30,779 

34,041 

33,796 

34,674 

42,898 

57,860 

49,163 

61,837 

41.504 

45,064 

43.618 

41,770 

40,793 

42,272 

40,853 

43,008 

42,872 

44,096 

42,972 

45,334 

51,542 

52,717 

57,982 

63.970 

61.748 

72,255 

78,804 

83,277 

65.778 

112,. "578 

133,441 

115,395 

122,861 

137, 142 

144,456 

186,241 

248,098 

339,702 

498,203 

676,660 

697,042 

740,088 

418,620 

365, <01 

350,608 

344,021 

339,902 

343,980 

346,986 

360,164 



cts. 

.688 62 
,186 64 
,613 94 
,478 23 
,974 74 
,807 57 
,076 71 
,910 64 
,144 45 
.995 70 
,771 60 
,938 52 
,756 11 
,642 66 
,625 39 
,885 96 
,861 53 
,077 63 
,568 52 
,151 88 
,124 04 
,198 06 
,332 73 
,208 19 
,136 32 
,727 91 
,233 89 
,338 44 
,383 92 
,755 89 
,281 06 
,635 29 
,466 84 
.866 46 
.799 86 
.671 81 
,047 63 
,138 77 
,641 72 
,138 57 
,679 87 
,524 29 
,773 70 
,250 46 
,082 20 
,877 82 
,047 83 
,526 33 
,502 49 
,118 28 
,209 91 
,212 47 
.920 88 
.644 48 
.790 86 
,646 72 
,786 75 
,775 94 
,612 94 
,337 17 
,931 30 



8.681,483.114 62 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



46 



I 



Year 



Consolidated 

Fund 

Receipts 



Other 
Receipts 



Total 
Receipts 



Difference 

between 

Receipts and 

Expenditure 



Consolidated Fund 



Surplus 



Deficit 



1868... 

1868... 

1870... 

1871... 

1872... 

18ro... 

1874... 

1875... 

1876... 

1877... 

1878... 

1879... 

1880... 

1881... 

1882... 

1883... 

1884... 

1885... 

1886... 

1887... 

1888... 

1889... 

1890... 

1891... 

1892... 

1893... 

1894... 

1895... 

1896... 

1897... 

1898... 

1899... 

1900... 

1901... 

1902... 

1903... 

1904... 

1905... 

1906... 

1907 9 mo 

1908... 

1909... 

1910... 

1911... 

1912... 

1913... 

1914... 

1915... 

1916... 

1917... 

1918... 

1919... 

1920... 

1921... 

1922... 

1923... 

1924... 

1925... 

1926... 

1927... 

1928... 



13,687 

14,379 

15,512 

19.335 

20,714 

20,813 

24,205 

24,648 

22,587 

22,059 

22.375 

22,517 

23,307 

29.635 

3^.383, 

35,794, 

31.861, 

32,797. 

33,177. 

35,754, 

35,908, 

38,782, 

39.879, 

38,579, 

36,921, 

38,168. 

36,374, 

33,978, 

36,618, 

37,829, 

40.555. 

46.741, 

51,029, 

52.514. 

58.050. 

66.037. 

70.669. 

71.182. 

80.139, 

67,969. 

96.054, 

85,093. 

101.503. 

117.780, 

136,108, 

168,689, 

163,174, 

133.073. 

172.147, 

232,701. 

260.778. 

312.946. 

349.746, 

434.386, 

381.952. 

394.614. 

396.837. 

346.834, 

380.745, 

398,695, 

422,717. 



S cts. 

928 49 
174 52 
225 65 
560 81 
813 68 
469 45 
092 54 
715 04 
587 05 
274 11 
Oil 88 
382 14 
406 69 
297 54 
455 52 
619 80 

961 73 
001 22 
040 39 

993 25 
463 53 

870 23 
925 41 
310 88 

871 60 
608 85 
693 07 
129 47 
590 72 
778 40 
238 03 
249 54 

994 02 
701 13 
790 03 
068 93 
816 82 
772 67 
360 07 
328 29 
505 81 
404 35 
710 93 
409 78 
217 36 
903 45 
394 56 
481 73 
838 27 
294 00 
952 55 
747 18 
334 70 
536 60 
386 99 
900 00 
682 22 
479 25 
505 58 
776 38 

962 68 



S Ota. 



27.431 71 
39,475 98 



1.57,121 90 

302.560 39 

1,008 58 

4,468 22 

868.486 44 

31.245 49 

4.503,142 76 

57.140 21 



1.799.093 69 

1.009.019 15 

953.264 00 

557.039 59 

302.842 41 

537 66| 



40,000 00 
190 14 



1,272 03 

1,853 41 

1,472 69 

1,631 63 

1,543 31 

3,311,015 17 

9.434 67 

3.299 83 

2.033 76 

2.781 36 

910 91 

456.175 41 

112.764 65 

103,918 58 



524 04 



1,555 30 



1.905. 
319, 
8.479, 
9.743, 
4.680, 
2.147, 
1.756, 
6.924, 



647 81 
184 45 
310 30 
635 74 
913 18 
503 48 
704 02 
594 51 



13,687, 

14.379, 

15.539, 

19.375, 

20,714, 

20.970, 

24.507, 

24.649, 

22.592, 

22.927, 

22,406, 

27,020, 

23.364, 

29,635, 

35,182, 

36.803, 

32,815, 

33,354, 

33,479, 

35,755, 

35.908, 

38.782, 

39,879, 

38,579, 

36.921, 

38.208, 

36.374, 

33.978, 

36,618, 

37.829, 

40.556, 

46.743, 

51.031, 

52.516, 

58.052, 

69.348, 

70.679, 

71,186, 

80.141, 

67.972, 

96.055, 

85,549, 

101.616, 

117.884, 

136.108, 

168.690, 

163,174, 

133.073, 

172,149, 

232,701, 

260,778, 

312.946, 

349.746, 

436.292, 

382.271, 

408.094, 

406.581, 

351.515, 

382.893, 

400.452, 

429.642, 



S cts. 

928 49 
174 52 
657 36 
036 79 
813 68 
591 35 
652 93 
723 62 
065 27 
760 55 
257 37 
524 90 
546 90 
297 54 
549 21 
668 95 
225 73 
040 81 

882 801 
530 91 
463 53 

870 23 
925 41 
310 88 

871 60 
608 85 

883 21 
129 47 
590 72 
778 40 
510 06 
102 95 
466 71 

332 76 

333 34 
084 10 
251 49 
072 50 

393 83 
109 65 
416 72 
579 76 
475 58 
328 36 
217 36 
427 49 

394 56 
481 73 
393 57 
294 00 
952 55 
747 18 

334 70 
184 41 
571 44 
210 
317 
392 43 
009 
480 
577 19 



+ 



+ 



30 + 
96 + 



06 + 
40 + 



6 

25 

15 

28 

5 

9 

4 

1 

2 

5 

2 

6 

8 

7 

5 

4 

4 

1 

5 

5 

7 

1 

7 

3 

+ 2 

16 

47 

13 

4 

1 

+ 24 

23 

115 

167 

265 

315 

384 

390 

+ 17 

+ 16 

62 

62 

+ 11 

38 

53 

+ 69 



S cts 

383.760 03 
528.991 12 
476,956 58 
81,558 56 
,951,161 06 

069.216 22 
,990,422 78 
,239,186 92 
366.089 18 
580.235 15 
139.514 23 

,759.413 62 
,677,209 21 
161.345 12 
507.923 82 

095.217 01 
045,635 80 
,809.036 72 
357.685 72 
748.620 97 
155,660 51 

,735,327 83 
890,407 32 
213,897 31 
,350,284 72 
645,119 06 
,633,350 68 
894,208 97 
477.793 20 
,142.977 49 
777.771 00 
,799.532 34 
,686.000 13 
466,533 70 
,918,466 52 
,601,512 29 
,575,796 14 
,618,066 27 
,136,247 89 
,193,971 OS 
,523,263 15 
891,944 53 
,779,298 12 
,976,922 10 
033.804 84 
233.549 67 
066.653 07 
025,044 60 
553.108 92 
501,824 28 
881,257 36 
095,465 29 
342.586 18 
671.639 93 
6W.780 50 
485,663 &8 
550.531 21 
612.616 49 
,912.496 12 
466.143 23 
477.645 89 



I cts. 



t eta. 



201.835 

341.090 

1.166.716 

3.712.479 

3.125.344 

1,638,821 

888.775 

935.644 



4.132,743 

6.316.351 

7.064.492 

754.255 



97.313 09 



1.865.035 
3,885.893 
2.235,742 
155.977 
1.354.555 



1.722.712 

4.837.749 

8.054,714 

5,648,333 

7.291,398 

14,345,166 

15,056,984 

7.863,089 

12,898,719 

16,42/, 167 

19,413,054 

1,029.171 

22.091.963 

30,006.211 

37.946.776 

56,630.366 

35,789,921 



41.797,111 
84,101,950 
82.494.639 
80.215.464 
46.902.404 
73.268.391 
34,881.006 
02.821. 167 
72.024.492 
27.942.578 
60.065.026 
79.147,608 
86.550.021 



1.900,785 06 
1.460.027 60 
1.128.144 87 
1.937.999 48 
1.543.227 76 



2.240,058 90 
5.834.571 87 



810.031 28 



1.210.332 45 

4.153,875 58 

330,551 31 

519,981 44 



2.449,734 81 



6.963.065.047 56 



50.623.748 56 7.013.688.796 121.647.794.818 SO 



1.167.109.U7 26 



26.519,818 89 



46 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Ymx 



Total Debt 



Total Assets 



Net Debt 



Increase of Debt 



Decrease of Debt 



1867.... 

1868.... 

1869.... 

1870.... 

1871.... 

1872.... 

1873.... 

1874.... 

1875.... 

1876.... 

1877.... 

1878.... 

1879.... 

1880.... 

1881.... 

1882.... 

1883.... 

1884..., 

1885..., 

1886..., 

1887..., 

1888..., 

1889..., 

1890... 

1891 .... 

1892... 

1893... 

1894... 

1895... 

1896... 

1897.... 

1898... 

1899... 

1900... 

1901... 

1902... 

1903... 

1904... 

1905... 

1906... 

1907 9 mo 

1906.... 

1909.... 

1910. . . . 

1911.... 

1912.... 

1913.... 

1914.... 

1916... 

1916... 

1917.... 

1918.... 

1919.... 

1920.... 

1921.... 

1922.... 

1023.... 

1924.... 

1926.... 

1926.... 

1927.... 

1928.... 



93, 

96, 

112, 

115, 

115, 

122, 

129, 

HI, 

151, 

1(51, 

174. 

174, 

179, 

194, 

199, 

205, 

202, 

242, 

264, 

273, 

273, 

284, 

287, 

286, 

289, 

295, 

300, 

308, 

318, 

325, 

332, 

338, 

345, 

346, 

354, 

366, 

361, 

364, 

377, 

392, 

379, 

408, 

478, 

470, 

474, 

508, 

483, 

644 

700, 

936 

1,382 

1,863 

2,676 

3,041 

2,902 

2,902 

2,888 

2,819 

2,818 

2.768 

2,726 

2,677 



cts. 

046,051 73 
896.666 20 
361.998 39 
993,706 76 
492,682 76 
400,179 36 
743,432 19 
163,551 33 
603,401 62 
204,687 86 
675.834 97 
957,268 96 
483,871 21 
634,440 68 
861,537 51 
365,251 97 
159, 104 30 
482,416 21 
703,607 43 
164, .341 11 
187,626 43 
513,841 89 
722.062 76 
112,295 10 
899,229 62 
333,274 10 
054,524 74 
348.023 96 
048.754 87 
717,536 73 
530,131 33 
375,984 23 
160,902 54 
206,979 92 
732,432 52 
358,476 59 
344,098 37 
902.512 17 
678.579 80 
269,680 39 
966,826 09 
207,158 25 
535,427 02 
663,045 99 
941,487 42 
338,591 77 
232,555 24 
391,368 86 
,473,814 37 
,987,802 42 
,003,267 69 
,335,898 89 
,635,724 77 
,529,586 91 
,482,117 04 
,347.136 96 
,827.236 65 
,610,470 28 
,066,522 94 
,779,184 55 
,298,717 38 
.137.242 92 



17,317. 

21,139, 

36,502, 

37,783, 

37,786, 

40,213, 

29,894, 

32,838, 

35,6.55, 

36,653, 

41,440, 

34,595, 

36,493, 

42,182, 

44,465, 

51,708, 

43,692, 

60,320, 

68,295, 

50,005, 

45,872, 

49,982, 

50,192, 

48,579, 

52,090, 

54,201, 

58,373. 

62.164. 

64,973, 

67,220, 

70,991, 

74,419, 

78,887, 

80,713, 

86,252, 

94,529, 

99,737, 

104,094, 

111,454, 

125,226, 

116,294, 

130,246, 

154,605, 

134,394, 

134,899, 

168,419, 

168,930, 

208,394, 

251,097, 

321,831 

502,816 

671,451 

1,102,104 

792,660 

561,603 

480,211 

4.35,050 

401,827 

400,628 

379,048 

378,464 

380,287 



cts. 

410 36 
531 46 
679 19 
964 31 
105 11 
107 32 
970 55 
586 91 
023 60 
173 78 
525 94 
199 05 
683 85 
852 07 
757 11 
601 19 
389 84 
565 95 
915 29 
234 02 
850 99 
483 73 
021 11 
083 33 
199 11 
839 66 
485 13 
994 48 
827 78 
103 96 
534 87 
585 32 
455 94 
173 03 
428 83 
386 97 
109 50 
793 57 
413 20 
702 64 
966 13 
298 41 
147 85 
499 66 
435 39 
131 06 
929 56 
518 72 
731 16 
631 40 
,969 89 
836 39 
692 33 
,963 12 
,133 35 
,335 23 
,367 91 
, 195 40 
,837 35 
,085 13 
,347 29 
,010 00 



75, 

75, 

75, 

78, 

77, 

82, 

99, 

108. 

116, 

124, 

133, 

140, 

142, 

152, 

155, 

153, 

158, 

182, 

196, 

223, 

227, 

234, 

237, 

237. 

237, 

241, 

241, 

246, 

253, 

258, 

261, 

263, 

266, 

265, 

268. 

271. 

2($1, 

260, 

266, 

267, 

26b, 

277, 

323, 

338, 

340. 

339. 

314. 

335, 

449, 

615. 

879. 

1,191, 

1,574, 

2,248, 

2,340, 

2,422, 

2,4.'53, 

2,417, 

2,417, 

2,389, 

2.347, 

2,206 



S cts. 

728,641 37 
757,134 74 
859,319 20 
209,742 45 
706,517 65 
187,072 04 
848,461 64 
324,964 42 
008.378 02 
551.514 08 
235.. 309 03 
362,069 91 
990,187 36 
451,588 61 
395,780 40 
6ol,650 78 
466,714 46 
161,850 26 
407,692 14 
159, 107 09 
314,775 44 
531,358 16 
530,041 65 
533,211 77 
809,030 51 
131,434 44 
681,039 61 
183,029 48 
074,927 09 
497,432 77 
538,596 46 
956,398 91 
273,446 60 
493.806 89 
480.003 69 
829.089 62 
606.988 87 
867,718 60 
224, 166 60 
042.977 75 
071.859 96 
960.859 84 
930,279 17 
268,546 33 
042,052 03 
919,460 71 
301,625 68 
996,8.50 14 
376,083 21 
156,171 02 
180.297 80 
884.0<)2 50 
531,032 44 
808,623 79 
878,983 69 
1.35,801 73 
776,868 74 
783,274 88 
437,685 59 
731,099 42 
834,370 09 
,860.232 92 



cts. 



28,493 37 

102,184 46 

2,350,423 25 



4,480, 
17,661, 
8,476, 
7,683, 
8,543, 
8,683, 
7,126, 
2,628, 
9,461, 
2,944, 



554 39 
389 60 
502 78 
413 60 
136 06 
794 95 
760 88 
117 45 
401 25 
191 79 



4,805, 

23,695, 

14,245, 

26,751, 

4,155, 

7,216, 

2,998, 

3, 

275, 

3,322, 

549, 

4,501, 

6,891, 

5,422, 

3,041, 

2,417, 

2,317, 



063 68 
135 80 
841 88 
414 95 
668 35 
582 72 
683 49 
170 12 
818 74 
403 93 
605 17 
989 87 
897 61 
505 68 
163 69 
802 45 
047 69 



2,986,196 80 
3,349,085 93 



5,356,448 00 
818,811 15 



14,288,999 88 

45,969,419 33 

12,338,267 16 

3,773,505 70 



21,695. 

113,379, 

165,780, 

264,030. 

312,697, 

382,646, 

674,337. 

92,010, 

81,256, 

31.641, 



224 46 
233 07 
087 81 
126 78 
764 70 
969 94 
591 35 
359 90 
818 04 
067 01 



$ cts. 



503,224 80 



1,734.129 62 



779,639 71 



10,222,100 75 
739.270 27 



3.371.117 79 



122,591 32 
25.617,835 03 



35,993,593 86 
345,589 29 
27.706,686 17 
41.896.729 83 
50.984,137 17 



2,421,138,136 66 



200,016,546 11 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



47 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS FROM 
WAR TAX REVENUES 



Year 


Banks 


Trust and 
Loan 

Companies 


Insurance 
Companies 


Business 
Profits 


Income 
Tax 


Sales Tax. Tax 
on Cheques, 
Transporta- 
tion Tax. etc. 


Total 
War Ta« 
Revenue 


1914-15 


1 eta. 


% cts. 


S cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


% cts. 

98.056 95 

1.536.837 94 

2.059.58b 81 

2,227,389 93 

11,888,508 40 

15,587,706 70 

78.803,099 18 

73,656,488 83 

106,482,718 08 

120,676,375 89 

85,810.717 42 

98,097,105 81 

105,613,160 00 

90,222,931 32 


S cts. 
98.056 95 


1915-16 


1,300.446 80 
1.114.023 30 
1.115.757 65 
1.099,764 44 
1.170.223 45 
1,257,533 70 
1,293.697 43 
1.244,437 14 
1.236,957 57 
1.217,753 85 
1,176.868 95 
1,174,664 95 
1,224.644 46 


324,249 91 
202,415 48 
269,129 08 
323,340 02 
274,216 28 
293,801 94 
283,994 35 
312.391 39 
308,632 10 
315.314 88 
326,713 80 
335.367 65 
315.429 85 


459.247 07 
419,698 83 
496,540 55 
546,113 86 
638,730 76 
807,667 12 
749,958 75 
852,328 12 
857.586 98 
867,901 96 
950,220 85 
947,829 95 
999,003 34 






3,620,781 72 


1916-17 


12,506,516 72 

21,271,083 57 

32,970,061 81 

44,145.184 48 

40.841,401 25 

22.815,666 58 

13.031.461 80 

4.752.680 89 

2.704.427 37 

1.173,448 55 

710.102 19 

956,031 44 




16,302.238 14 


1917-18 




25.379.900 78 


1918-19 
1919-20 
1920-21 
1921-22 
1922-23 
1923-24 
1924-25 
1925-26 
1926-27 
1927-28 


9.349.719 80 
20.263.739 91 
46.381.824 31 
78,684.354 80 
59.711.538 37 
54.204.027 99 
56.248.042 82 
55.571,961 57 
47,386,309 22 
56.571,047 39 


56.177.508 33 
82.079.801 58 
168,385.327 50 
177,484,160 74 
181,634.874 90 
182,036.261 42 
147,164,158 30 
157,296,319 53 
156,167,433 96 
150,319.087 80 



APPENDICES. 



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Appendix No. 3 

Statement showing the portion of the Funded Debt of Canada payable in New 
York, March 31, 1928. and the annual interest payable thereon. 



Bearing 

4J per cent 

interest 



Bearing 

5 per cent 

interest 



Bearing 

5\ per cent 

interest 



Total 



Maturing 



Loan of 1915-35 

Public Ser\'ice Loan of 1916— 

Due 1931 

Loan of 1919-29 

Loan of 1922-52 

Ten year Bonds due Feb. 1, 

1936 



cts. 



S cts 
874,000 00 

25.000,000 00 



$ cts 



S cts. 
874.000 OOlAug. 1. 1935. 



100,000.000 00 



25.000.000 00 April 1. 1931. 
60,000,000 001 60,000.000 00 Aug. 1. 1929. 
100,000,000 00 May 1. 1952. 



40.000.000 00 



40.000,000 00 



Feb. 1.1936. 



40.000.000 00 



125.874.000 00 60,000.000 00 225,874.000 00 



Total interest. 



1.800.000 00 



6.293,700 00 



3.300.000 OOl 11.393.700 OOl 



Appendix No. 4 

Statement of the Consolidated Fund of Canada on March 31, 1928. 



Dr. 



Cr. 



cts. 



To balance as per Public Accounts. 1926-27 

To amount of expenditures for 1927-28 — 

Ordinary Expenditures. (details on page 4) 

Special Expenditures — 

Adjustment of War Claims. . . (details on page 31) 

Cost of Loan Flotations (details on page 32) 

Miscellaneous Charges — 

Home Bank Depositors Relief Act, 15-16 G«o. V, 
chap. 45 

Civil Service Superannuation Act, 1924, Chap. 
24, R.S. 1927. (Government contribution 
to the fund) 

Contribution of W. C. Acker to Superannuation 
Fund No. 1, from April 1, 1890, to Septem- 
ber 30, 1905, together with interest thereon 
at 4 per cent transferred to Civil Service 
Superannuation Act 1924, O.C. 129/2275 
November 28. 1927 

Advance made to O. M. Biggar for expenses in 
ronnection with arguing the appeal before 
the Privy Council in the ca.so of Macdonald 
and Canadian National Railways and Lusoir 
Collieries, Limited. 

The Honourable Provincial Treasurer of British 
Columbia on account of head faxes collected 
upon Chinese during the fiscal year 192.5-24.. 

Soldier Settlement Board — Amount written off 
loans to Soldier Settlers for purchase of live 
rto<k as provided for by Chap. 53 of the 
Statutes of 1925 

Soulier Settlement Board — Amount written off 
loans to Soldier Settlers for purchase of land 
as provided for by Chap. 68 of the Sututen 
of 1927 



$ cts 

790,026,389 76 

336.167.960 98 

1.860.985 25 
13,057 70 



cts. 



205,032 55 
1.402.210 32 

268 99 

1,000 00 
19,414 00 

3,240 16 

61,067 75 



1.692.2.W 77 



By amount of revenues for 1927-28 — 

Ordinary Revenues— (details on page 5) 

Special Receipts — 

Adjustment of War Claims, refunds of previous 

yecui' expenditure 

Refund of expenditure incurred by Department 
of National Defence lietween June 12, 1925, 
and August 24, 1925, for troops sent to Cape 

BreUin, N.S., for strike duty 

German Reparation payments under Dawes plan 
German Reparation payment;) — pre- Dawes. . . 
Hy Balance. Consolidated Fund, March 31, 1928 



422,717.982 flB 
204,974 25 



Its, lie n 
s.ott.ocr n 

3.789.430 00 
099.913,096 02 



1,129.760.647 461,129.760.647 40 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 5 

Sinking Funds. 



To whom paid 


Loans 


Nature of Investment 


Hate 

of 

Interest 


Amount 
Purchased 


Total 


Sandry persons.. 


Ijoan of 1909 
-34 

Loan of 1930 
-50 

Loan of 1940 
-60 


Canadian SecurUie* 
Loan of 1897 


% 

2J 
3 
3i 
3J 

2i 

3 

31 

3i 

4 

2J 

3 

3\ 

3§ 

4 


1 cts. 

113,901 73 

17.875 89 

306,120 71 

254,207 16 


S cts. 


Loan of 1888 






Loan of 1909-34 






Loan of 1930-60 






Loan of 1897 


692.105 49 


Sundry persons. 


130,048 36 

240,013 .50 

9,596 80 

1,038,, 539 71 

293,176 10 


Loan of 1888 






Loan of 1909-34 






Loan of 1930-50 






Loan of 1940-60 






Loan of 1897 


1,711,374 47 


Sundry persons. 


216,923 23 
224,877 97 
204,281 52 
223,123 02 
145,999 99 


Loan of 1888 






Loan of 1909-34 






Loan of 1930-50 






Loan of 1940-60 








1.015,205 73 








3,418,685 69 



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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 8 

Charges of Management 



To Whom Paid 



Service 



ots. 



eta. 



G. S. Nicol 

James Parry ^.. 

R. N. Gengc 

R. T. Waymark 
A. Sutherland... 
J. Gofsky 



Savings Banks and Omcxs or th» Assistant 
Rbceivkrs Gknzral 

Assistant Receiver General's Office, Calgary, AUa 

Salary April 1, 1927 to March 31, 1928 



" 1. 


1927 


31, 


1928 


" 1. 


1927 


31, 


1928 


" 1, 


1927 


31, 


1928 


1. 


1927 


31, 


192,S 


July 25, 


1927 to Aug. 


13, 


lft27 



P.Pope 

D. A. McEannon 
H. 8. Stewart... 
H. T. Currie 



A. C. Johnston.. 
R. W. Congdon. 

F.J. WUks 

G. D. Hamlin.. 
J. H. Webber. . . 

A. M. Burgoyne 

B. Burgoyne 



Montreal City and District 
Savings Bank, Montreal, 
Que 



Contingencies, including printing and stationery. 



Aatuttant Receiver GeneraVa Office, CharloUetoum, 
P.E.I. 

Salary April 1, 1927 to March 31, 1928 

1, 1927 " 31, 1928 

1. 1927 " 31, 1928 

1, 1927 " 31, 1928 



Contingencies, including printing and stationery. 



Assistant Receiver General's Office, Halijat, N.S. 

Salary April 1, 1927 to March 31, 1928 

1, 1927 " 31, 1928 

1, 1927 " 31, 1928 

1, 1927 " 31, 1928 

1, 1927 " 31, 1928 

" 1 1927 " 31 1928... 

Salary July 1 1', 1927 to July 3l', 1927'.*.'.'.".*.'.!'.! 



Contingencies, including printing and stationery. 



Assistant Receiver General's Office, Montreal, Que. 



Amount paid to this institution for acting as Assist- 
ant Receiver General for year ended March, 31, 
1928 

Contingencies, including printing and stationery 



W.Winsby... 
Wm. Morton. 
E. P. Blyth.. 
G. M. Bury.. 
N. J. Lobban 



Asaistanl Receiver General's Office, Regina, Sask. 

Salary Oct. 1, 1927 to March 31, 1928 

Salary April 1, 1927 to Sept. 30,1927 

1, 1927 to March 81, 1928 

" 1, 1927 " 81, 1928 

" 1, 1927 " 81. 1928 



Contingencies, including printing and stationery. 
Carried forward 



3,180 00 
2.160 00 
1.635 00 
1,440 00 
870 00 
4E 39 



,333 39 
341 20 



2,900 00 
1,920 00 
1.620 00 
1,380 00 



7,820 00 
257 81 



2.970 00 
2.190 00 
1,800 00 
1.575 00 
1.260 00 
1,350 00 
50 80 



11,195 80 
450 49 



20.000 00 
999 24 



1.530 00 
1.470 00 
2,190 00 
1.755 00 
856 00 



7,800 00 
114 46 



9,674 59 



8.077 81 



11.646 29 



20.909 24 



8.214 46 



58.612 89 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



61 



Appendix No, 8 — Continued 
Charges op Management — Continued 



To Whom Paid 


Service 


S cts. 


8 cts. 




Brought forward 




68,612 39 


J. E. Wilaon 


AaaiataiU Receiver GeneraVs Office, St. John, N.B. 
Salary April 1, 1927 to March 31, 1928 


3.180 00 
2.340 00 
1.635 00 
1,110 00 
1,066 94 
1,060 00 




E. H. Cameron 


" 1, 1927 " 31. 1928 




G. T. Corbett 


" 1, 1927 " 31, 1928 




H. W. Thompson 


1, 1927 " 31, 1928 




F. J. Ord 


1, 1927 " 31, 1928 




H. P. Humphrey 


" 1, 1927 " 31, 1928 






Contingencies, including printing and stationery.. . . 

Aasiatant Receiver GenenU'a Office, Toronto, Ont. 
Salary April 1, 1927 to March 31, 1928 






10,401 94 
314 15 


10.716 09 


K. Frederickson 


4.020 00 

3.060 00 

1.845 00 

900 00 

1,395 00 

1.395 00 

1.395 00 

1,260 00 

1,620 00 

720 00 

780 00 

579 19 

523 06 

10 66 

405 00 

26 00 

711 29 

315 32 

249 77 

897 00 

544 00 

313 84 

504 45 

740 32 

938 65 

130 34 

113 10 

69 85 


S. A. StAden 


1. 1927 " 31, 1928 




J. J. Hannon 


" 1, 1927 " 31, 1928 




G. M. Dibble 


" 1, 1927 " 31, 1928 




M. A. M. Livingstone 


" 1, 1927 " 31, 1928 




Alf. Maude 


" 1, 1927 " 31, 1928 




J. H. O'Neil 


" 1, 1927 " 31, 1928 




Jas. Marsh 


" 1. 1927 " 31. 1928 




G. A. Ivey 


1. 1927 " 31. 1928 




A. V. Spencer 


" 1, 1927 " 31, 1928 




A. McDonald 


1, 1927 to Sept. 30.1927 




C. T. Porter 


" 1, 1927 to Aug. 9, 1927 




E. Henderson 


1,1927 to Aug. 17,1927 




E. F. Grandy 


" 1, 1927 to April 4, 1927 




C. M. Leslie 


" 1, 1927 to June 30, 1927 




E. E. Gibbons 


" 1, 1927 to .Aoril 13, 1927 




P. MacLeod 


Salary Aug. 4, 1927 to March 31, 1928..* 




B . A. Thompson 


Salarv Dec.27, 1927 " 31.1928 




L.M. Wicks 


Salary AprilSO, 1927 to July 23, 1927 




F. Goodman 


Salary June 2. 1927 to March 31. 1928 




R. J. Lillie 


" 29. 1927 " 31. 1928 




JC.Prousky.. 


Salary July 20, 1927 to Nov. 5, 1927 




J.F.Coleman.. 


" 25. 1927 to Feb. 11, 1928 




H. R. Roberts 


" 25, 1927 to March 31, 1928 




F. E. Ruhl 


" 27, 1927 " 31. 1928 




W.M. Donald 


Salary Feb. 17, 1928 " 31,1928 




J. N. D. Falls 


" 18, 1928 " 31, 1928 




At B. Hounsom 


Salary Mch 16, 1928 " 31, 1928 






Contingencies, including printing and stationery.. . . 

Aatittant Receiver Geneta''a Office, Victcria, B.C. 
Rftlnry April 1, 1027 tn Mamh 31, 1928 






25.541 24 
1,915 34 


37,466 68 


r>. B. MrConnBB 


8.180 00 
1.960 00 
1.685 00 
1.880 00 
1,080 00 
1,060 00 
55 00 


G. Watts 


'" ■ 1. 1927 " 3i; 1928 




G. H. LleweUya 


1, 1927 " 31. 1928 




A. W. Webb. 


" 1. 1927 " 31. 1918 




N.D.Batea 


" 1. 1927 " 31. 1908 




W. J. Mullin 


" 1. 1927 " 31. 1928 




E. Dumbldton .... 


Salary Sept. 3. 1937 to Sept. 24. 1927 






ContingeoclM. indnding printing and statioaay.. . . 
Carried forward 






10.300 00 
597 60 


10,897 60 








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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 8 — Continued 
Charges op Management — Continued 



To Whom Paid 



Service 



S cts. 



t eta. 



Wm. Morton 

W. Winsby 

8. J. Perkins 

T. Knight 

E. W. R. Armatrong 

F. D. Ross 

H.J. Fraser 

S.A.Gray 

M. E. Bowyer 

G. L. Bamford 



Brought forward 

Aatialant Receiver General'a Office, Winnipeg, Man. 



Salary Oct. 1, 1927 to March 31, 1928. 

Salary April 1, 1927 to Sept. 30, 1927. 

" 1, 1927 to March 31, 1928. 

" 1, 1927 " 31, 1928. 

" 1, 1927 to Jan. 31, 1928. 

1, 1927 to March 31, 1928. 

" 1, 1927 " 31, 1928. 

Salary May 23, 1927 " 31, 1928. 

Salary April 1, 1927 " 31, 1928. 

1, 1927 to May 31, 1927. 



C<Mitingencies, including printing and stationery.. . 

Savings Banks 
Contingencies, including printing and stationery.. . 



Bank of Montreal, London, 
England 



Bank of Montreal, London, 
England 

P. 8. Ross & Sons 

Bank of Montreal, London, 
England 

Sondry Banks, New York.. 

Bank of Montreal, New 
York 

Sundry Banks 



Recapitulation 

Salaries, Offices of the Assistant Receivers General 

Amount paid to the Montreal City and District 

Savings Bank, Montreal, Quebec, for acting as 

Assistant Receiver General at Montreal 

Contingencies, including printing and stationery., 



English Bill Stamps, Postage, etc. 



Bill Stamps 

Postage 

Composition of stamp duty 

Less — Sundry fees for issuing stock oertificatee to 
bearer 



Commission for Payment of Interest on Public Debt, 
etc. 



Commission and brokerage on sinking funds. 
Auditing 



For services as fiscal agents in London, England, 
for the year ended December 31, 1927, at rato of 
£150 per million of debt 

Commission for cashing Dominion of Canada 
coupons and registered interest 



Fees for registration of bonds domiciled in New 
York 

i of one per cent commission for cashing Dominion 
of Canada coupons 



1.590 00 
1,500 00 
2,040 00 
1.920 00 
1.666 60 
1,455 00 
1,080 00 

92G 13 
1,080 00 

210 00 



13,467 73 
636 21 



95,860 10 



20.000 00 
5,895 49 



1,555 95 
929 27 
167 90 



2.653 12 
1,402 57 



8,546 68 
833 50 



46.750 21 
15,074 29 

5,760 00 
15,226 87 



107.682 50 



14,008 94 



69 09 



121,755 69 



121,766 5» 



1,260.65 



Carried forward. 



[02.181 66 
215,187 W 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



63 



Appendix No. 8 — Continued 
Charges of Management — Continued 



To Whom Paid 



Service 



cts. 



ot«. 



Canadian Bank Note Co 
Ltd., Ottawa, Ont 

« c< u 

I< (< tl 

Ault & Wiborg Co. Toronto 

Ont 

Ayers Ltd., Lachute Mills, 

Que 

Canadian National Railway 
Capital Wire Cloth & Mfg. 

Co., Ltd., Ottawa, Ont... 
Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., 

Toronto, Ont 

F. Lake Mfg. Co., Ottawa, 

Ont 

Laurentian Stone Co., Ltd., 

Ottawa, Ont 

Miller & Richard, Toronto, 

Ont 

Mahoney & Rich, Ottawa, 

Ont 

Ottawa Drug Co., Ltd., 

Ottawa, Ont 

Pritchard- Andrews Co., 

Ltd.. Ottawa, Ont 

J. 8. Robertson, Montreal, 

Que 

M. J. Hiekson 

F. Rowe 

E.J.Theobalds 

P. 8. Harper 

B. Becker 

D. Campbell 

F. Jones 

Y. I^amoureuz 

M.Paget 

D. M. Racine 

A. Valliere 

M. B. Little 

A. B. Little 

M.C. Burton 

M. Durocher 



Bank of Montreal, New 
York 



Brought forward 

Printing Dominion Notes, etc. 

Printing Dominion Notes, including Sales Tax. 

Ink, etc 

Repairs to printing press 



Bank of Montreal, London, 
fingland 



Bank of Montreal, Ottawa, 
Ont 

Department of Public Print- 
ing and Stationery, Otta- 
wa, Ont 

Sundry Ezprees Companies 



Courtney, Sears A Brennan, 
Greene « Robertson 



Regrinding and sealing press rollers. 



Groundwood felt. 
Freight 



Recovering cylinder mould. 

Oil, grease, etc 

OU 



Lime. 



Repairs to press. 

Cartage 

Soda Ash 

Discs and dies. . . 



Cylinder press rollers 

Salary, April 1, 1927 to Sept. 
1,1927 to Mar. 
1, 1927 to Mar. 
1, 1927 to Mar. 
1, 1927 to Mar. 
1, 1927 to Mar. 
1, 1927 to Mar. 
" 1, 1927 to Mar. 

" 1,1927 to Mar. 

" 1,1927 to Mar. 

" 1, 1927 to Oct. 

Salary, Aug.l5, 1927 to Mar. 
" 16, 1927 to Mar. 
" 17, 1927 to Mar. 
Salary, May 28, 1927 to Sept. 



15, 1927. 
31, 1928. 
31, 1928. 
31, 1928. 
31, 1928. 
31, 1928. 
31, 1928. 
31, 1928. 
31, 1928. 
31, 1928. 
13, 1927. 
31, 1928. 
31, 1928. 
31. 1928. 
30, 1927. 



487,470 22 
131 87 
206 46 

600 

115 44 
30 

100 00 
11 75 
14 25 
85 41 
27 32 
30 

197 58 

49 92 

159 21 
874 67 
1,680 00 
1,440 00 
1,200 00 
720 00 
720 00 
718 07 
709 00 
720 00 
720 00 
383 23 
452 90 
449 97 
446 03 
634 78 



Less — Amount charged to vote 635. 
for flat increases in salary 



To provide 



500,394 67 
394 67 



Printing, Advertiting, Express, etc. 



Assay Office charges. 
Packing cases 



^ of one per cent commission for handling Roum- 
anian and Greek coupons 

Advertising 

Printing and Stationery. . . . 
Ex 



preaa 

Cables 

Shipping charges 



Printing and Stationery 

Express t 76.011 68 

Less refunds 754 75 



Insurance t M7 48 

" 6.00S 44 



LeM refunds 

Carried forward. 



6.212 87 
551 08 



573 75 
11 70 



881 24 

415 23 

1.008 28 

3 40 

8 94 

444 



11,»85 88 
75.286 98 

5,661 79 



215.187 69 



500,000.00 



96,851 58 



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64 



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Appendix No. 8 — Concluded 
Charges of Management — Condvded 



To ^\ horn Paid 



Service 



cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward. 



Family Herald and \\eekly 
Star, Montreal Que 

Sondry 

Abbott Coin Counter Com 
pany, 143rd St. and Wales 
Ave., New York, N.Y.. . 

Dr. J. T. Basken, Ottawa, 
Ont 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse, 
Co., Ltd., Montreal, Que. 

Collector of Customs, Otta- 
wa, Ont 

Costello, Crowe, Bellamy, 
Ottawa, Ont 

Grant, Holden, Graham, 
Ltd., Ottawa. Ont 

Mahoney & Rich, Ottawa, 
Ont 

McKinley & Northwood, 
Ottawa, Ont 

O. B. McClintock Co., Min- 
neapolis, Minn 

J. M. Mossman Co., New- 
York, N.Y 

Pritchard - Andrews Co., 
Ltd., Ottawa, Ont 

Porter Safety Seal Co., 
Chicago, 111 

Thornton & Truman, Otta- 
wa, Ont 

L. E. Waterman Co., Ltd., 
Montreal, Que 

M. J. Wilson &, Sons, Otta- 
wa, Ont 

Sundry 



Priniino, Advertiting, Expreaa, etc. — Concluded 



Advertising. 
Telegrams.. 



Counting Machine, paper, etc 

Professional services 

Rubber tires 

Duty and Sales Tax, etc 

Repairs to motor , 

Coin bags 

Freight 

Iron boxes 

Inspection of burglar alarm , 

Inspection of time locks , 

Wax seal and repairs 

Porter Safety Seal implements and seals. 

Repairs, etc 

Repairs to fountain pens 



Sundry 

Loss on shipment of U.S 
Coin by Dominion Assay 
Office, Vancouver, B.C. 

C. E. Campbell 

V. Coe 

E. Davies 

K. Frederickson 

A. E. Jacques 

A. J. Locke 

J. W. MacFarlane 

8. P. McCavour 

G. MacGougan 

W.Morton 

H. 8. Narraway 

S.J.Perkins 

J. U. Ranger 

M. Tiemey 

A. Williams 

W. Winsby 

F.M. Peters. 

J. P. Melvin 

O. A. Morrison 

C. E. Clarke (Chaufifeur) 

W. A. Bradley (Chaafifeor). 



Leather baggage tags 

Maintenance and repairs to departmental car and 

truck 

Office Contingencies, Currency Branch 



Travelling Expenses. 



Walter DoncM. 



Salary April 1, 1927 to Mar. 31, 1928 

Salary April 1, 1927 to Mar. 31, 1928 

Salary and contingencies of Walter Duncan, Sp^ial 

Inwestioatino Officer under the direction of the 

Miniater of Finance 

Salanr April 1, 1927 to Mar. 31, 1928 

Contuiseoeies 



Sundry persons. 



Clmetl atHrtanee in connection with the tranafer and 

reoietration of Bond* 
Clerical assistanee 



95,851 68 



1,512 00 
49 20 



404 22 

500 

1 71 

67 76 

950 

473 20 

4 51 

31 651 

50 00 

22 00 

940 

200 50 

351 40 

18 14 

735 

1,077 79 
47 19 



72 72 

93 19 
269 46 
151 05 
185 09 
122 55 
234 66 
464 55 
201 75 

87 37 
840 47 

89 35 
281 63 
498 90 
357 74 
227 67 
319 37 

66 00 
6.')0 95 

59 45 
1,620 00 
1,770 00 



8,670 00 
1.027 87 



715,187 69 



108,858 02 



4,697 87 



85,787 96 
884,631 63 




PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 9 

Premium, Discount and Exchange Expenditubb. 



65 



» 


Rate 


Amount 
Purchased 


Amount of 
Premium 


Total 


Premium on Bonds of the 1923-28 Refunding T-oan 
purchased before maturity 


% 

100-445 

100-450 

100-475 

100-50 

100-525 

4-87A 
4-8730 
4-8740 
4-8rA 
4-87H 


S cts. 

180,000 00 

650.000 00 

1.325.000 00 

2.399.000 00 

1.700.000 00 

100.000 00 
100.000 00 
250.000 00 
250,000 00 
750,000 00 


S cts. 

801 00 

2.925 00 

6,293 75 

11.995 00 

8.925 00 


S ct& 




30.939 75 




645 83 

633 33 

1,833 33 

1,927 08 

6.249 99 




11.289 56 
4 02 


Discount and Exchange on sundry items 
















42.233 33 



mfn-i 



66 



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• Appendix No. 10 

Amounts paid as^superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1928, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 



Re- 

tired 

b 


Name 


Amount 
paid 


Re- 
tired 
in 


4 

Name 


Amount 
paid 




SUPKRANNUATION No. 1 

Civil Service Superannuation and 

Retirement Act, 1870, Chap. 

17, R.8. 1906 

Abbott, 8. A 


$ cts. 

1,746 60 

1,941 35 

910 00 

2,375 33 

809 03 

694 38 

525 84 

1,120 00 

1,478 40 

1,042 60 

1,559 08 

257 83 

909 96 
176 00 
.388 66 
525 00 
930 00 
960 GO 

910 00 
855 48 
840 00 
890 66 
4.55 00 
360 00 
625 57 
648 00 
227 92 
818 40 
946 17 

1,367 33 

2,940 00 

2,240 00 

980 00 

342 84 

902 22 

408 47 

2,215 66 

1,260 00 

432 00 

2,555 96 

1,036 00 

314 66 

700 00 

104 00 

341 25 

985 83 

540 00 

2,102 63 

292 73 

501 48 

146 12 

2,344 92 

1,958 04 

2,486 00 

2.085 42 

1,960 00 

152 04 

1.642 08 

1.410 16 

1,337 00 

1,936 56 

1,120 00 

2.077 83 

276 00 

1,893 84 

3,733 33 

700 03 


1921 
1908 
1897 
1905 
1922 
1916 
1921 
1915 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1919 
1904 
1921 
1913 
1910 
1921 
1918 
1922 
1901 
1916 

•1915 
1921 
1921 
1917 
1911 
1911 
1911 
1922 
1907 
1923 
1925 
1910 
1918 
1926 
1921 
1925 
1907 
1924 
1905 
1920 
1913 
1918 
1918 

♦1919 
1926 
1924 
1921 
1916 
1923 
1906 

•1914 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1920 
1909 
1918 
1920 
1910 
1918 
1924 
1922 
1906 
1922 
1919 
1923 
1924 


SuraHANNUATION No. 1 

Bowman, A 


1 cts. 
900 00 




Bowser, Francis 


448 00 


1912 


Boys, T. R 


173 47 


1922 


Aikens, J 


Bradley, James 


260 97 


1922 


Aineborough. Thos 


Bray, S 


2,191 00 


1921 


Allan, F.J. 


Brennan, P. J 


1,179 75 


1918 


Allen, Geo. G 


Brett, Wm 


1,054 90 


1904 


Allen, H.S 


liriegal, Frederick 


1,750 00 


1918 


Ailwell.R.J 


Brophv, W. M 


686 40 


1920 


Almon. A. W 


Brougn, James S 


1,662 50 


1910 


Ami, Henry 


Broughton, Jas. L 


1,435 56 


1921 


Amor, Wm 


Brown, J. H 


1,697 50 


1922 


.\nderson, F. C 


Buckley, Jas 


340 00 


1895 


Archambault, Marie P 


Bull, G.H 


1,185 33 


1924 


Archambault, R 


Burrows, Wm 


482 02 


1904 


Archer, Wm 


Bussell, John 


309 03 


1905 


Ardagh, Henry 


Butler, J 


1,042 22 


•1922 


Arland.W.H 


Butler, R. J 


1,238 08 


1923 


Armstrong, Thos 


Cairns, A. W 


2,746 22 


1923 


Ashby, A. H 


Caldwell, Thos 


522 00 


1922 


Ashe, Ed 


Cameron, Alex. McK 


1,155 78 


1922 


Ashmead, H. A 


Campbell, J. J 


279 99 


1915 


Asselin, J. E 

Ayotte, J. E 

Backhouse, Wm 


Campbell, Jos. H 


951 00 


1922 
1911 


Caron, A. E 

Carrier, Jos. E 


1,950 66 
980 00 


1897 


Bailey, Geo. O 


Carty, Wm 


249 55 


•1897 


Balderson, J. H 


Casault, Napoleon 


560 00 


1911 


Baldwin, H. A 


Chamberlain, A. J 


504 00 


•1921 


Bale, Thos 


Chamberlain, H 


679 92 


1922 


Ball. Thos 


Chase, Isaac 


840 00 


1920 


Ballantine, Elizabeth 


ChejTie, A. J 


1,092 00 


1923 


Barber, K. A 


Chillas.J.P 

Chubbuck, C. E. D 


2,272 43 


1924 


Barcelo, Edouard 


1,373 75 


1917 


Barrett, John K 


Churchill, James 


840 00 


1920 


Bathurst, Jas. W 


Clarke, Chas. F 


1,113 00 


1904 


Bayly. L. D 


Clarke, Geo 


583 33 


1920 


Beahen, Denis 


Clark, O. S 


1,020 79 


1906 


Beale, Thomas 


Clute, John S 


1,283 91 


1023 


Heard, F 


Cochrane, J. B 


998 80 


1923 


Beatty, A 


Cochrane, W. C 


361 10 


1906 
1922 


Beaudry, P. A. L. A 

Beddoe. C. H 


Code.W.A 

Coleman, Charles 


1,411 66 
726 00 


1924 


Beers, J. M 


Coleman, Lilian 


624 00 


1903 


Belford, Ethel 


Comer, Geo. W. H 


568 00 


1922 


Bell, John 


Connolly, Peter 


746 64 


•1911 


I'.elleau, R. A. E 

Bellerive, George 


Conway, W. A 


1,876 00 


1913 


Cook,M.E 


1,369 66 


1904 


Benjamin, E. H 


Cooper, W.J 


1,450 90 


1897 


Bennett, J. H 


Corbeil, Ed 


460 72 


1022 


Bennett, W. E . 


Courtman, John 

CowRn, E 


1.006 00 


•1919 


Beneon, Martin 


387 00 


1915 


Bferub6, Pierre A 


Cowan, J. A 


772 83 


•1926 


Bickle.J.W 


Cox. R. H 


1.176 00 


1919 


Binks, Geo. J 


Cox, R. 8 


1.267 00 


1923 


Bishop, R. 8 


Crabbe, 0. R 


1,064 00 


1914 


Blackadar, A. E 


Crate, A. E 

Creighton, H. 8 


1,467 50 


1920 


Blair, H.C 


1,120 00 


1920 


Bliss, T. A. D 


Crisp, A. C 

Crowe, Wm. J 


840 00 


1905 


Blomfield, Geo. H 


748 00 


1922 
1922 


P.londeau, D. 8 

Boddy,.!. 8 

BolKcr. M. K 

Bollard, J. H 

Booth, Geo 


Cunningham, F. H 

Curran, Alfred 


2,800 00 
956 08 


1925 


Cushing, James J 


619 OS 


1923 


Cuuhing, Jno 


88S0O 


1921 


Cuthbert.W.J 

Dale. Miss L. E 


841 82 


1918 


Borden. J. W 


829 83 


1917 


Bourgeois, Joseph 


D'Aoust, Omer 


872 07 


1921 


Bouteiller, G. A 

Boville. T.C 

Bowell.JohnM 


Davidson, J. J 


1.188 00 


1920 
•1917 


Davison, L. D 

Deacon, J. L 


006 70 
1,386 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



67 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1928, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Continued 



Name 



SuPERAjnOTATION NO. 1 



DeLaney, E. J 

De Lisk", Joseph 

DeLon^. Isaiah P. E. 

Desaulniers, D. L 

Desjardins, A. \V 

Devinney, F. J 

Dingman, N . J 

Dodds, E. W. K 

Dodds, Jno 

Doller, W.J 

Doray, J. L. E 

Doucet, Eugene 

DouKherty, VN . A 

Doyle, Mary C 

Doyon, J. A 

Driver, Thoa 

Drouillard, A 

Druininond. Robt F.. 

Duboulay, A 

Duggan, E. J 

Duncan, R 

Duplessis, L.J. T. R. 

Durocher, J. B 

Diirston, R 

K.igleson, Wm, H 

Laton, Wm. P 

I^ckt-n-l-'v, John 

Kckhanit, W. H. A... 

;ml8, E. T 

■ume, Geo 

: , Rachel G 

i J bury, W.J 

loy.J.F 

rty, A 

ison, Alex 

. . .>itifion, Horace A.. 

Ferguson, J. C 

Finnogiin, Edward 

Firth, CM... r 

Fiaher, C. E 

Fleming, J. B 

Florence, C 

Flynn, D.J 

Flynn, John 

Flynn. Wm 

Forest, S 

Fortier, L. M 

Foster, A. B 

Foster, Ja8 

Frank, E 

Fruser, A. J 

Fnizer. M. H. White. . 

Fr.izer, Peter 

' "'hette, Achille 

<h,J.L 

n. ,J. A 

T.MoN 

..J 

:, -Vlphonae 

CJari6py, J. B 

Garneau, A. L 

Gass W. H 

Gauury, H. D 

Gauthier, Avila 

Gauthier, Piem 

Cicndreau, A. B 

Genest, J. A. 

George, F.J 



Amount 
paid 



S cts. 

939 17 

1,013 28 
430 70 

2.656 50 

1.120 00 
952 00 

1.890 00 
351 00 

1,270 80 
526 20 
980 00 

1,032 50 
46 00 

1,379 40 
489 99 

1,337 78 
68 63 

1,057 44 
841 52 

1,579 44 
792 00 

2,013 60 
588 00 

1,521 33 

1,470 00 
9:>0 00 
952 00 

1,764 00 

1,150 33 

1.035 14 
5'J8 00 
136 32 
72S 00 
896 91 
688 33 
40 00 
400 00 
550 00 
102 70 

2,407 93 

l,tf60 00 

1,050 00 
680 56 
588 00 

1,096 67 
921 60 

1,904 00 

2, 162 50 
831 60 
6:« 52 

1,890 00 
21 66 

1,152 00 

1,301 44 
868 00 

2,625 00 
624 00 
197 00 
717 50 
2869B 

1,594 00 
960 00 

1,138 «« 
204 00 
476 30 

1,176 00 
613 34 
623 88 



Re- 
tired 
in 



915 
916 
901 
922 
920 
908 
921 
922 
897 
894 
924 
920 
918 
883 
922 
903 
921 
889 
895 
922 
914 
912 
919 
922 
909 
923 
904 
909 
922 
924 
905 
914 
914 
921 
918 
923 
914 
921 
905 
920 



Hs;- 
897 
923 
904 
921 
921 
920 
922 
901 
922 
925 
923 
922 
912 
897 
914 
913 
920 
921 
918 
919 
922 
923 
922 
917 



Name 



SUPBBANNTTATION No. 1 



Gilkie, H.A 

Gillespie. Ed 

Girard.F.X 

Gisborne, F. H 

Glover. J. E 

Gobeil, A 

Godwin. Jas 

Golden. J.J 

Gordon, J. McD 

Gouin. W. G 

Gouiet. I 

Gow.W.J 

Graham. Wm. J 

Grant, G.W 

Gray. H. H.O 

Grenier, Adolphe 

Griinason, T 

Grogan, S. P 

Guevremont, J. B 

Hale, J. S 

Hall, William S 

Hambly, P. H 

Hanley, Arch'd 

Ilanrahan, P 

Harper, James F 

Harris, G.M 

Harris, J. H 

Hawkesworth, G. A.. 

Hayes. Jeremiah 

Hayes, John J 

Hayes, W. H 

Hayward. W. G 

Heath, E. L 

HeinU, R. M 

Helliwell, H.N 

Heming, A. E 

Henry, K. J 

Hesson, C. A 

Higgins, Richard 

Hill, W. B. A 

H.>nkirk, J. E 

. W. H 

rd.J.P 

iio've, Sydenham 

Hudon, A 

Huggan. WmT 

Hunt, William Josiah. 

Hutty. R. H. G 

Iler.ii 

Isaacson. H. N 

Jackson. E. S 

Jackson, J. A 

James. T.C 

Johnson, B. E 

Johnstone. G 

Johnstone. W. J 

Jones, Albert 

Jones, Allan 

Jones. C.J 

Jones, James O 

Jones. L. K 

Jones. R 

Jones. W. E. C 

Just.C.F 

Kavaaagh,C. E 

KeatiaCjC.J 

Kemp, A. E 

Kent.S.B 



Amount 
paid 



% eta. 

303 36 

700 00 

48 00 

4.200 00 
342 72 

1.260 00 
806 40 

1,084 07 
785 33 
100 00 
998 40 

1.528 38 

1.399 93 
37 50 

1,470 00 
151 32 

1.400 00 
93 48 

140 00 

1,805 13 

768 48 

410 42 

1,050 00 

1.174 46 

300 00 

1.848 00 

168 00 

677 52 

817 47 

1.200 72 

609 96 

446 64 

760 29 

2.070 83 

1,050 00 

1.225 00 

1.960 00 

1.301 22 

228 92 

928 00 

700 00 

1.288 00 

862 82 

1.215 00 

400 00 

1,973 36 

321 06 

1,042 22 

1.050 M 

1.550 8S 

704 06 

340 00 

1.610 00 

560 00 

1.610 00 

2.790 00 

130 n 

1.120 00 

2.450 00 

473 S2 

2.800 00 

1.508 n 

951 00 
2.790 06 
1.001 S3 
2.010 00 
1.855 00 
1.023 60 



68 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1U2>, lo 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Continued 




1922 
1922 

•1892 
1922 
1917 
1912 
1918 
1918 

•1903 
1922 
1920 
1922 
1921 
1922 
1916 
1923 
1907 
1915 
1921 
1924 

•1909 

•1907 
1909 
1921 
1923 
1903 
1919 
1907 
1903 
1921 

•1915 
1922 

•1914 
1897 
1895 

•1917 

•1914 
1908 
1923 
1914 
1903 
1899 
1922 
1922 

•1895 
1911 
1914 
1921 
1902 
1910 
1917 
t024 
1919 
1920 

•1915 
1912 
1907 
1919 
1908 
1920 

•1903 
1920 
1922 
1906 
1915 
1925 
1926 
1921 



StTPBHANNCATION No. 1 



Ketchum, F. E 

Ketchum, W. O 

Keys, Jas 

Kimber, W 

King, Richard M 

Kinney, John 

Kirkpatrick, John A. 

Kirwan, Philip T 

Lasac6, P 

Lalande, J. B. A 

Landor, A 

Lane, H. B. S 

LAngstone, W. H 

Lantier, A. A 

Lapointe, T. H 

Larivifere, C 

Larose, Anatole 

Larose, Joseph 

lawless, M 

I^wrence. J. W 

J>awson, J. A 

Lebel.J. A. W 

LeBlanc, Chas. P.... 

LeBlanc, .T. J 

I^doux, Jos 

Ledup, C 

Lefebvre, Louis 

Legault, O 

Leguerrier, J. B 

LeMoine, Jules 

LeSueur, C. P 

Lett«au, H 

Levasseur, L. N. Z. . 

Lightffjot, F. C 

Lilley. J. H 

Lithgow. J. T .. 
Little, Hugh R.. . 

Lloyd, Frank 

Loan, J. B 

Low, A. P 

Lussier, Joseph 

Lynea, K 

Lynn, J 

Lynton,T. C 

Macdermid, A. J 

Macdonald. James. . . 
Mao Donald, Jno. G. . 

Mackay, J. E. B 

MarKillop.J 

Maokinnon, W. C 

MarLaren, Jno. S. . . . 

MacI.ieod, J. O 

Macpheraon, W. T... 

Magee, R. G 

Mahar, John 

Mailman, J. A 

Mainguy, Philip 

Malrolm, Jaa 

Maracle, Miss F. K 
Marreau.J. O. 
Marks. .lohn 
Marshall. J. W 

Martin, J. C 

Martin, Jules G 

Mason, Frederick 

Mssae, A 

Masters, Chas. H.. 
Mftthieu, A 



cts. 

,092 00 

,050 00 

27 84 

875 00 
,190 00 

610 68 
,260 00 
,470 00 

140 00 
,050 00 

801 08 
,960 00 
,075 55 
,164 57 

980 00 
,780 .33 
,020 00 

792 00 
785 34 

524 22 
490 00 
408 00 
191 33 
330 00 

,050 00 
128 04 

,119 96 
180 00 
112 20 

.262 76 

,750 00 

981 56 
609 20 
502 84 
142 80 

,520 00 

43 16 

371 58 

979 20 
,009 96 

264 00 
442 00 
821 67 
,aS2 64 
.'{") 00 

525 00 
520 45 

,030 65 
240 00 
6.38 00 
,100 00 
.100 00 
,224 00 

980 00 
160 14 
464 80 
m) 00 
951 96 
366 36 

,758 54 
23 00 
.380 00 
,166 84 
156 00 
,516 66 
.119 96 
,776 66 
,033 28 



1922 
1919 
1916 
1920 
1922 
1917 
1922 
1922 
1903 
1907 
1907 
1922 
1924 
1922 
1920 
1922 
1912 
1925 
1904 
1918 
'1922 
1909 
1912 
1914 
1901 
1919 
1916 
1921 
1925 
1906 
1921 
1916 
1921 
1925 
•1907 
1922 
1921 
'1913 
'1923 
1919 
1921 
1922 
1924 
1918 
1922 
1910 
1913 
1909 
1922 
1925 
1911 
1899 
1923 
1923 
1909 
1907 
1917 
1916 
1897 
1906 
1909 
1923 
1911 
1917 
1907 
1914 
1922 
1922 



Super ANNnATioN No. 1 

Matthewman, E. H 

Marwell, S. R 

May, Ida M 

Maynard, M. W 

Mercer, R. G 

Mercer, Wm. () 

Merrick, K 

Middleton, A. T 

Miggins, M 

Miller, John G 

Milne, Chas 

Mitchell, Wm 

Moffat. R. B. E 

Mollard.J. T 

Montizambert, Dr. Fred 

Moon, F. G 

Moore. T.E 

Moren, M. J 

Morris, Chas. E 

Morrissey, John 

Mulcahy, P. J 

Mulhern, M. M 

Mullin, Thos 

Mundy, W. A 

Murphy, Wm 

Murray, J. P 

Myers, Robt 

McAuley, D 

McCarthy. Nona 

McClive, John 

McConnell, R. G 

McCormick, Edgar 

Mc{ "ulloch, John Oliver 

McDonald, B. R 

McGee. John J 

McGiU. A 

McGovern, J. J 

McKay, C.S 

McKentie, C. J 

McKeown, J. A 

McKinley. C. H 

McKinnon, M 

McI^Agan, .John 

McLaren, Duncan 

McLellan, N 

McMahon, Win 

McMordic, A . 
McNair, W . < . 
McNeil, Neil 

McNeal, W. I 

McNicol, John 

McRolwrt, W. Tf 
McRobie. A. I 
McRobie. .1. 1 
McShane, J. F. . 
McTaggart, John 
Nesbitt. Margaret W 

Nevins, N 

Newberry. L M 
Newbigging, Thoma- 1 

Newbury, ('. W 

Newbury, J. C 

Newby, Frank.. 
Newcomb, Geo. I ! 
Newman, John .1 
Newsome, A. 1'. 

Nichollfl, Wm 

Noel. J. P 



S cts. 

1,988 00 

205 46 

696 00 

1,960 00 

1,991 22 

1,960 00 

1,171 33 

1,561 00 

216 00 

687 20 

240 45 

1.082 64 

1,427 94 

1,260 00 

3,791 67 

2,162 20 

360 48 

1,431 50 

72 00 

.582 12 

208 70 

810 66 

288 34 

532 10 

415 92 

1,120 00 

654 36 

210 00 

1,057 00 

480 00 

3,950 88 

524 2n 

1,148 64 

2.156 00 

186 66 

2,940 00 

1,120 00 

37 47 

l.')2 30 

544 62 

140 00 

\JyM 87 

875 00 

319 32 

1,084 08 

S<K5 25 

482 02 

.368 29 

1..549 33 

1,155 67 

1,470 00 

288 00 

1.260 00 

1,092 00 

372 00 

.'-..Vi 00 

700 00 

302 43 

207 61 

476 40 

550 00 

2,800 00 

1,119 M 

1.560 30 

404 60 

297 30 

1.046 11 

841 53 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. lO^Continued 



69 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1928, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Continued 



Re- 
tired 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



Re- 
tired 
in 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



1912 
1897 
1912 
1924 
1904 
1922 
1917 
1918 
1922 
1914 

•1887 
1914 
1922 
1919 
1922 
1915 
1925 
1913 
1912 
1921 
1920 
1919 
1914 
1909 
1924 
1923 
1922 
1922 
1904 
1912 
1917 
1922 
1910 
1897 
1907 
1921 
1918 

•1923 
1912 
1918 
1913 
1919 
1917 
1922 
1924 
1914 
1916 
1921 
1917 
1922 
1924 
1897 
1912 

•1921 
1917 
1914 
1921 
1906 
1902 
1902 
1922 
1923 
1923 
1922 
1921 

•1923 
1890 
1895 



SUPBBANNXJATION No. 1 



Nolet.J.G 

Nugent, James 

O'Brien. \V. J:> 

OTonnell, Kllen M 

O'Connor, Mrs. Eleanor 

O'Connor, Jas 

O'Connor. John F 

O'Donoghue, D 

O'Donoghue, M.J. 

O'Gorman, Cornelius 

O'Hara, James 

O'Leary, Thos. Jos 

Oliver. F. A 

O'Meara. D. D 

O'Neil, H. T 

O'R^an.W. H 

Orr. D. G.E 

Ouellet, F. X 

Owen, Charles 

Panneton, C. E 

Paradine, Thos 

Parish, G. H 

Park. Robt. H 

Parker, Lewis 

Parry, W.S 

Parson. B . A 

Patrick, Mary 

Payne, Edward 

Pearce, Wm , 

Pearson, W. O 

Perkins, Francis N , 

Pierson, Chas 

Plamondon, O , 

Plante, Gaspard , 

Plunkett, Joseph M 

Pollock. G.B 

Pope, Chas 

Pope, G. D 

Porter, E. H 

Potter, M.J 

Pottinger, David , 

Power, F. J , 

Power. John R , 

PrinKle, Jas 

Prud'homme, L. T 

Pryor, Oswald 

Ralph. Arthur R. F 

Ramsden, J. A 

Ramsey, W. J 

Ratchford, C.E 

Raymond, R 

Reed, Hayter 

Reeves. C 

Renaud. J. E 

Rcnton, John L 

Richard. Alphonse 

Richardson, H. E 

Richardson, William 

Richey, W. M 

Rivers, Robt 

Robert, P 

Robinson, L 

Roche, Geo 

Rochester, F. K 

Ro<lger8, Geo 

Ross, Jas. W 

Roy, Joseph 

Russdl, A.J. H 



S cts. 

6.36 96 

156 00 

1,464 16 

1,S12 00 

368 00 

1,256 64 

1,650 83 

1,497 25 

1,240 00 

357 29 

216 65 

919 92 

640 00 

2,100 00 

1,050 00 

972 12 

1.113 00 

499 24 

489 96 

932 88 

594 54 

1,312 50 

741 00 

1,190 00 

1,008 00 

1,092 00 

1,046 11 

960 00 

1,380 00 

432 60 

469 44 

1,084 09 

496 00 

264 00 

296 33 

1,032 50 

1,470 00 

1,622 25 

210 00 

1,540 00 

4,900 00 

1,120 00 

1,400 00 

1,084 09 

1,680 00 

1,034 44 

604 00 

1,160 64 

924 00 

1,050 00 

1,119 96 

1,024 00 

602 52 

85 65 

909 96 

420 00 

752 27 

388 19 

534 65 

259 92 

841 62 

1,099 6« 

1,088 00 

2,171 17 

723 73 

496 00 

.18 80 

672 00 



1915 
1922 
1903 
1922 
1918 
1921 
1910 

•1919 
1903 
1903 
1923 
1924 
1909 
1923 
1917 
1888 
1922 
1919 
1913 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1922 
1919 
1899 
1922 
1921 
1921 
1908 
1921 
1913 
1897 
1914 
1902 
1922 

•1922 

•1916 
1925 
1918 
1918 
1919 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1920 
1921 
1919 

•1909 
1924 
1925 
1906 
1924 
1914 
1921 
1919 
1919 
1924 
1922 
1926 
1927 
1916 
1901 
1925 
1922 
1911 
1920 

1915 



Superannttation No. 1 



Russell, Wm 

Rutherford, Jas 

Sargent, Robert 

Saucier, X 

Saulnier, John 

Saunders, C. J 

Scholes, Adam 

Scott, .\ndrew 

Scott, John 

Soelv, Neil 

Sdguin, F. O. O 

Sewell, T. C 

Seymour, A. J. B 

Shannon, 8. L 

Shaughnessy, John. . . 

Shaw, G. A 

Shaw, H. S 

.Shaw, Mary 

Shaw, M.M 

.'Sherwood, H 

Simard, Jean B. M... 

Siinard, I..ten 

Simons, J 

Simpson, A. F 

.Simpson, H. E, 

Sims, J. C 

Skelly, E.J 

Smith, C. E 

Smith, D.J 

Smith, E. L 

Smith, Geo 

Smith, Gertrude 

Smith H. H 

Smith, John 

Smith, J. Rose 

Smith, Mark 

Smith, T.J 

Soutter, A 

.Sowter, T. W. E 

.Sparks, Geo. A. S.... 

Sparks, Robert 

Spence, F. H , 

Spencer, J. H , 

Springate, Geo 

Sproule, J.. F 

Stanton, C 

Steacy, C 

Steele. E. Y 

Stein, L. F. L 

Stephenson, E. F 

Stevens, W. F 

Stewart, Chas. R 

Stewart, D 

Stewart, MissH. E.. 

Stewart, W. C. E 

Stokes, Wm 

Storr. Ira W 

St. Denis. E. H 

St. Ongo, J. A 

.Strange, J. Campbell. 

Strong. William 

Sutherland, Geo. C... 

.Suthcm, F 

Swaino, G. B 

Sw*>(>tnain, O. B 

Symos. P. B 

T»ch«,J.C 

Talbot, OoUve Z 



$ cts. 

1,245 75 

1.899 33 

167 70 

2.346 30 

182 00 

746 68 

422 76 

186 66 

504 00 

216 00 

1,936 78 

1,218 00 

540 00 

4,200 00 

768 06 

403 20 

1,556 60 

736 28 

388 92 

1.872 50 

1,073 37 

664 47 

1,260 00 

2,358 00 

1,008 00 

840 00 

1,084 09 

1,260 00 

1,120 00 

400 80 

1,423 33 

600 60 

1,590 00 

509 60 

980 00 

750 86 

1,028 67 

490 00 

1,302 00 

1,120 00 

1,248 33 

1,050 00 

1,120 00 

896 00 

953 42 

2,916 60 

805 92 

1.119 96 

460 86 

3.033 29 

1.300 93 

463 1« 

2,100 00 

718 00 

1.759 6S 
9S0Q0 

ISIO 00 

3.7M9S 

731 M 

3.730 00 

484 45 

224 00 

270 00 

322 SI 

1,513 00 

1,861 10 

3,045 33 

1.760 00 



70 



DEPARTMENT OP FINANCE 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1928, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Contimied 



Re- 
tired 
in 



1897 

•1901 
1924 
1917 
1901 
1922 

•1920 
1922 

•1921 
1921 
1913 

•1912 
1912 
1018 
1906 
1921 
1911 
1917 
1925 
1921 
1921 
1897 
1907 
1919 
1915 

•1908 
1915 
1923 
1921 

•1922 
1913 
1922 
1903 
1916 

•1921 

•1905 
1917 
1922 
1900 
1908 
1018 
1901 
1009 
1920 
1922 
1918 
1920 
1901 
1917 
1922 
1012 



Name 



SCPKBAKNCATION No. 1 



1025 
1018 
1016 
1022 
1017 
1020 
1020 
1021 
•1017 



Tansoy, D 

Taylor, Amos 

Taylor, C.J 

Thcakston, Major John. 

Thomas, G. A 

Thompson, A. G 

Thompson, \V. H 

Throop, A. W 

Tiuho, Ed 

Till. Thomas M 

Toupin, F. X. J. A 

Tremaine, R. W 

Turgeon. C. E 

Turner, H. H 

Upper, A. H 

Valeur, Jos. A 

Venning, R. N 

V6ziiia, Ulrich 

Warner, D. J 

Wagner, M. A 

Walker, E. M 

Walker, Wm.B 

Wallace, J. J 

Walsh, Robert 

Ward, Joseph 

Warwicker, F. S 

Warwicker, W. S 

Wataon, C 

Watson, Jaa.W 

Watt, J. H 

Webber, E.M 

Wells, W.J 

Wheeler. F. C 

Whitcher, A. H 

White, G. R 

White, Michael 

White. Robt. S 

Wigle. A 

Williams, Jos 

Williams, Thomas 

Wills, Geo. W 

Wilson, I, H 

Wilson, John 

Wilson, Jos , 

Wilson. W.T 

Wood.E.B 

Wootl , John , 

Woo<nand,I. H 

Wright, Jos 

Wright, R. P 

Young, G. H 



Amount 
paid 



Total, Superannuation No. 1 

Stjwkannuation No. 2 
Civil Service Superannostion and 
Retirement Act, 1803, Chap. 
17. R.8. 1000 

Atkinson. J. H. C 

Begin, Ludger 

nernard, Henry 

Caron, Louis 

Davicau, P 

Farrel. F.J , 

Farrow. H. W 

Francis. Jno 

Frank. R 



$ cts. 

300 00 
19 00 

2,331 00 
(357 30 
3.52 00 

1,434 87 
154 74 

2.535 2^ 
545 21 
423 31 
635 00 
132 60 
120 00 
435 CO 
187 08 
027 80 
981 38 
256 11 
920 60 

889 78 
445 69 
208 00 
750 00 
980 00 
648 22 
181 86 
655 80 
224 00 
218 00 
728 00 
552 00 
016 22 
352 00 
470 00 
271 84 

37 42 

890 00 
196 84 
300 00 
782 00 
302 00 
261 33 
380 32 
016 95 
875 14 
470 00 
671 44 
120 45 
734 45 
084 08 
749 96 



610,230 06 



Re- 
tired 



1.041 60 
431 04 
431 88 
702 44 
884 00 
065 03 
700 20 
625 10 
112 68 



1922 
■1919 
1912 
1926 
1922 
1919 
1926 
1924 
1922 
1919 
1923 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1913 
1923 
1920 
1913 
1913 
1921 
1916 
1923 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1913 
1922 
1913 
1917 
1911 
1914 
1917 
1922 
1924 
1913 
1915 



1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 

'1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1020 
1020 
1020 

•1020 
1020 
1920 
1020 
1020 
1020 
1020 
1920 
1920 



Name 



SUPERANNTJATION No. 2 



Grey.C.L 

Harrison, G 

Hocy. Wm 

Humphrey. Wyndham. 

lobn.ston. R. A. A 

Kennedy. J 

Ki.S8ick, W. J 

Lambert. T.E 

Leyden, M 

T,oftus,. S. R 

MacLaughlin, T. J 

Martin, E. S 

Mitchell, Thos 

Montanari, A. N. P 

Morgan, M . H 

Mcl.Pod.E. B 

MfMartin, D 

O'liricn. A. H 

Osborne. F. A 

r.irndis. Eugene 

Phdan, Dr. Daniel 

PortPT. N 

Reading. W.B 

l^iggs. Jas 

Ring. M.J 

Poc, Geo. H 

Rogers, T 

Ross, H.E 

P.ouillard.A 

Pyan.W.L , 

SfoM, ,Tno. L , 

Sl,a\\ , Margaret 

SiDipsi'n. A. M , 

Thompson. W. H 

V.ood. S.J 

Young, R. St. B 



Amount 
paid 



cts. 



Total. Superannuation No. 2 

SUPERANNTJATION No. 3 

(Printing Bureau) 

Allan. William C 

Askwith . I'Yancis 

Baker, Alexander 

Baker, Guy C 

Belleau, Laurent A 

BonnelJ. Amos 

Cairns. Hugh H 

C harrier. M6deric 

Connelly, Margarite 

Donnelly, John 

Duchanne, Alfred 

Farrer, Sarah J 

Gagne, Napoleon 

Godin, Theophile 

Gorman, Thos. M 

Jobin, Jean Baptiste 

Juneau. Pierre A 

King, Wm. G 

Lecourt. Raphael 

Lepine, Jos 

Mahoney, Johanna 

Maurier. Marius J 

Reynolds. William H 

Richard. Joseph E 

Rigby, Catharine T 

Savery, Sophie 



l..^SG 00 


406 90 


••^27 08 


1.066 32 


2..W< 44 


7f"l DO 


•'■Of. 72 


2.oi;i tio 


1,021 10 


714 02 


1.317 .W 


1,011 20 


923 33 


675 47 


313 80 


1.080 00 


964 80 


1.741 44 


57S 00 


1,944 00 


1..'.12 00 


1,028 25 


l,.'i92 00 


998 16 


1.035 40 


452 83 


r,2() 40 


144 00 


f)43 90 


192 00 


?ui) 11 


,52S 00 


910 00 


8S2 00 


32S 76 


436 33 


38.850 29 


942 80 


566 10 


678 00 


678 00 


922 65 


678 12 


87 14 


471 68 


165 12 


677 88 


678 00 


284 88 


678 00 


678 00 


678 12 


710 40 


678 00 


288 15 


080 04 


Oil 28 


284 88 


083 04 


022 08 


078 00 


200 88 


S00 88 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



n 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1928, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Continued 



Re- 
tired 
in 



1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
1920 
•1920 



Se^in, Joseph 

Ser\-ant, Louis 

Tcague, Wm. C 

Thobum, Daniel 

Twoy, Mar>' 

Valiquette, Mary Ann. 

Wellard. Alfred 

Wilson, J. Chalmers — 



1922 

1922 

1984 

•W21 

1920 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1934 
1924 
1923 
1921 
1934 
1933 
1924 
1922 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1934 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
n934 
1938 
1931 
n9SS 



Name 



StrrBBANircATioN No. 3 



Total, Superannuation No. 3 



SrFBRANNUATION No. 4 

Public Service Retirement Act 
0(1920 



Abbey, A. B 

Abercrombie, R 

Ackerman, A 

Adair, T.J 

Adams. J. A 

Adams, W. A 

Adamson, W. J 

Addiaon, Robt.. 

Aird.G.D 

Aitkens, Alex 

Alexander, F. J 

Alexander, John F. . . 

Allan, H 

Allan,J.B 

Allen. J. W 

Allen, W. A 

Allin, W. W 

Almon, G. W. B 

Amey, W. J 

Amira, C. A 

Andrews, S. D 

Annand,T. E 

Antoney, C. C 

Appleton, Edward.. . 

Archer, W. A 

Ard, John 

Armstrong, E. M. . .. 

Armstrong, F. J 

Armstrong, F. S 

Armstrong, John 

Armstrong, Nelson... 

Atkins, B. R 

Atkinson, H 

Atkinson, W 

Aube, W 

Auger, A. L 

Auger, V 

Aylesworth, Geo. A. 

Babin. £ 

Babington, F.W 

Baoon, J 

Badeao, N 

Bagnell, E 

Baillie, C. H 

Baius, W.J 

Baker, Wm 

Bailantine, A 

bambrick, Edward.. 

Bannerman, J 

Barbour, J. O 

Barfoot, S. R 

BariJ.J.A 



Amount 
paid 



% cts, 

613 08 
553 92 
683 64 
780 96 
290 76 
165 12 
678 00 
282 80 



19.038 32 



471 32 
145 83 
507 50 
62 R8 
39S 91 
966 00 
673 75 
845 89 
561 60 
436 90 

1,094 79 
497 50 
934 02 

1,047 93 

116 23 
251 64 
360 00 

1,015 00 
533 17 
402 36 
728 00 
794 62 
632 28 
975 59 
241 34 
216 00 
985 40 
750 00 

650 00 

117 26 
108 49 

651 00 
1,997 50 

216 12 
624 67 

1,390 00 
897 72 
504 00 
750 00 

1,650 00 

118 45 
881 63 

F219 32 
480 00 
840 00 
8-50 00 
447 92 
487 62 
21 14 
259 06 
IE1,200 00 
413 97 



Re- 
tired 
in 



1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1923 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1921 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
'1921 
1923 
1924 
1924 
'1921 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1921 
1921 
1924 
1923 
1922 
•1924 
1924 
•1924 
1922 
1921 
1920 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
'1923 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1934 
1921 
1924 



Name 



ScTEBANinjATIOK No. 4 



Barry, E.J 

Bart, Alfred 

Barton, A 

Barton, Samuel 

Bastien, J. A 

Batterton, Thos 

Battle, K. M 

Baylie. Chas 

Beardsley, G 

Beaucheane, J. A 

Beaudet, Captain J 

Beauregard, F. X 

Beckett, E. W 

Beckwith. C 

Bedard, Eugene 

Bedard, J 

Bedard, V 

Beddoe, W. A 

Beer, F. H 

B€er8,F 

Begin, P. A 

Be'anger, Adrien 

Belanger, August. 

Belanger, G 

Belanger, L 

Belanger, Philiaa 

Bell,F.S 

Bell, J.J 

Belleau, J. A 

Belleperche, A. J. E 

Bennett, C 

Bennett, B. C 

Bennett, W. A 

Bennett. W.V 

Bennie, J. K 

Benoit, A 

Benson, P. H. C 

Berard. J. C 

Bergeron, Jos 

Bergeron, N 

Bergevin, W 

PerKin, Jaa 

Berlinquet. F. X. T 

Bemasconi, G. A 

Bematches, Mrs. J 

Bemier, Chas. C 

Bemier, Jean A 

Bemier, Jos. Z 

Beroard, C. P. V 

Bigney, J. E 

Binks, T. C 

Bishop, Thos 

Bishop, Wm 

Bisaonnette, L 

Black, John 

Black. T.McC 

Blackman, C 

Blais,J.C.F 

Blake, F.L 

Blanchard, I. M 

Blaxland, 8. W 

Blette, P 

Blots. J 

Botlean, J 

Boivin,F 

Boles. Thos 

Boltoa, M. E 

Booth, John ..•••..••••.... 



Amount 
paid 



t cts. 



291 00 


924 21 


267 00 


227 52 


235 74 


420 00 


431 94 


1,041 67 


447 96 


432 76 


418 25 


147 90 


393 33 


1 94 


661 70 


626 30 


462 00 


1,075 20 


490 40 


226 38 


1,050 00 


171 20 


405 00 


644 58 


533 33 


660 00 


393 33 


560 00 


1,290 00 


888 96 


468 75 


250 78 


326 32 


1,469 99 


805 00 


91 45 


1.165 50 


747 65 


541 48 


632 fiO 


265 79 


819 00 


1.440 00 


1,509 44 


3 58 


700 00 


58 41 


882 93 


1.404 17 


733 S4 


324 50 


401 87 


303 80 


750 15 


3.400 00 


539 58 


438 33 


860 00 


1.155 00 


306 87 


173 00 


679 48 


709 44 


340 80 


383 00 


IB8 8S 


809 88 


100 98 



72 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1928, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Continued 



Ured 
in 



llt22 
1924 
1«22 
192^ 
VkA 
1924 
1922 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 

•1924 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1924 
1923 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1923 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1923 

•1922 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1923 
1923 
1924 
1924 

•1924 
1922 
1924 
1923 
1921 
1921 

•1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1922 

'1924 
1921 
1924 



Name 



SUFBBANNUATION NO. 4 



Booth, Thos 

Bottomley, W, G.... 

Bouchard, P. A 

Boudreault, F 

Boulais, D 

Boulay, M. L. C 

Bourbonnais, O 

Bourgault. C. E , 

Bourget, A 

Bourke, M 

Bouvier, Ulric 

Bowden, G. H. M... 

Bowers, Wm 

Bowman, A 

Boyd, J. C 

Boyd, Jno 

Boyer, M. A 

Boyle, Jas 

Boyle, Robt 

Brabazon, A.J 

Braden, E. P 

Brady, J.C 

Brault, L 

Breen, R 

Bremner, C 

Brice. E. E 

Brisson, J. B 

Brodie, A. W 

Brooks, H 

Brossard, T 

Brosseau, S. H 

Brown, A 

Brown, Agnes L 

Brown, Alex 

Brown, Allan 

Brown, Denis 

Brown, George B. . . . 

Brown, J. C 

Brownlow, W 

Brunet, L. B. C 

Bryce, P. H 

Buchanan, D. J 

Buchanan, G 

Bucke. M 

Bunelle, Geo. L 

Burgess, T 

Burke, Hy 

Burnett, W.B 

Bums, A. W 

Bums, Margaret 

Bums, Mary 

Bums, R.J 

Burroughs, A 

Burrows, Job 

Burton, Thoe. H 

Bushen, Joeiah 

Busselle, A. W 

Cairns, A. E 

Caldwell, J. W 

Cameron, E 

Cameron, H 

Cameron. Jno 

Campbell, A. E 

Camp»)ell, D. A 

Campliell, David.... 
Campbell, Geoive. .. 

Campbell, J. M 

Campbell, Jno 



Amount 
paid 



S cts. 

106 86 
224 00 
.340 23 
133 36 
197 80 
6.50 00 
89 75 
316 56 

473 89 
446 66 
200 78 
650 00 
209 52 
168 00 
918 67 
390 62 
940 85 
280 85 
259 20 

1,560 00 
647 91 
483 00 
464 00 
560 00 
351 00 
373 33 
223 60 
324 00 
163 12 
368 00 
283 32 
47 60 
540 83 

1,105 00 
685 50 
414 61 

474 47 
1,908 33 
1,100 00 

636 00 
1,133 33 
405 00 
175 99 
530 05 
1,050 00 
548 33 
360 60 
628 66 
783 00 
409 50 
409 50 
826 00 

756 00 
277 31 

18 60 
351 35 
840 00 
553 68 
1.026 60 
168 35 

31 36 
366 67 
396 66 
340 00 
212 6S 
6 18 
612 91 

757 00 



Re- 
tired 

in 



1921 
1921 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1923 
♦1921 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1922 
1924 
•1924 
1924 
1922 
•1923 
1921 
1920 
1922 
1924 
1922 
•1921 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
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SUFERANKDATIOM No. 4 



Campbell, M 

Card,Cha8 

Carey, B.T 

Carey, Jno. A 

Carmichael, D 

Caron, F. X 

Carpentier, C 

Carr, G. P 

Carr, Thos 

Cartier, L. A. D 

Carty, John 

(.'ashen. Jus 

Cassolman, L. J 

Caven, John 

Cere, T 

Chadwick, F 

Chagnon, J. E 

Chainberlend, H. . . . 
Chaniberland, H. C. 

Chambers, L. H 

Chambers, S. E 

Champagne, T 

Chaplin, T 

Chaput, Z 

Charbonneau, N 

Charland, J 

Charlier, E 

Charlton, C. H 

Chartrand, Chas 

Chartrand, D 

Chartrand, G 

Chevrier, B 

ChinicC. H 

Chisholm, John J. . . . 

Chrystal, A. S 

Church, Geo. C 

Chut«, F. B 

Clancy, M 

Clapin, E 

Clapin, S 

Clarke, C. H 

Clarke, H. G 

Clarke, John D 

Clarke, M.F 

Clarke, N 

Clarke, R. O 

Cleary, M 

( 'lenient, A 

Clement, G. T 

Clendinnon, C. A. E. 

Gierke, Robt 

Close, C. W 

Coates, J. T 

Cochrane, Leo. W.... 

Cogswell, O. H 

Conoon, Thos 

Colley, F 

Collins, F. A 

Coimptois, T. H 

Connolly, W 

Connors, P 

Cooke, Chos. A 

Copp, A.O 

Corboil,L 

( -orkery, John 

Corkum, J. S 

Comer, K 

Coagrave, Robt 



Amount 
paid 



S cts. 

456 12 
248 75 
547 50 
158 31 
350 41 
394 43 
306 00 
106 72 
232 42 
924 00 
400 00 
387 31 
145 00 
483 00 
81 00 

1,140 00 

265 69 

64 20 

271 85 

1.396 66 

609 50 
511 89 
314 44 
436 80 
605 94 
406 16 

1,095 49 
531 25 
594 61 
231 54 
222 00 
630 50 
590 00 
759 96 
234 00 
372 00 
128 33 

660 00 
308 00 
711 91 
795 00 
540 00 

1.733 33 
1.248 84 
375 00 
447 37 
.%5 88 
379 52 
,540 00 
900 00 

661 20 
980 00 

610 00 
688 76 
811 29 
288 00 
474 89 
607 44 

263 
,068 00 
281 12 
.000 00 
336 00 
886 00 
,496 06 
43 37 
561 76 
549 M 




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Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



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Name 



SCPBRANNTTATION No. 4 

Cosgrove, T 

Cosgrove, Geo 

Cosky, L 

Cote, Alfred 

Cote, I 

Coulter, D. T 

Courbron, E 

Cournoyer, B , 

Cournoyer, Jean , 

Courtney, D. G 

Courville, L 

Coutts, J. J 

Couture, C 

Couturier, J 

Cowling, R 

Cox.Mrs.S.S 

Cragg, Jno 

Craig, B.F 

Craig, Geo 

Craig, Jas 

Craig, J. A 

Craig, R. W 

Craig, W. E 

Cranston, A. J 

Cr6peau, Wm 

Crilly,\Vm. H 

Crites, D. A 

Croucher, Geo. A 

CrowcU, J 

Cruickshank, Geo. A 

Cummings, W 

Currie. Archibald 

Curry, Chas 

Custaloe, R 

Cyr, E 

D'Aoust, A 

Dalev. Robt 

Dalglish, G. M 

Dallain, A. J 

Dargavel, W. G 

Dauphin, A 

Daveluv, J. A. P 

David, T 

Davidson, T 

Davis, L. C 

Davy, Edward 

Davy, E. S. F 

Dawson, J. P 

Dawson, Dr. W. B 

Deasy, Thos 

Deavy, Thos 

Dechfine, A. M 

Delahay, Wm 

Delaney , John 

Delfossc, A. P. V 

Deneault, Win 

Denenhaud, C 

Depencier, L 

Dery , Joseph 

Deschesnee, M 

Desfontes. X 

Desilets, J. A 

Desjardins, P 

Desmarsis, O 

Desmarais, B 

Denrochers, Z 

Desroehes, M. L. C 

Desrosiers, L. A 



Amount 
paid 



S cts. 

529 08 
622 22 
900 00 
936 59 
271 53 
793 68 
282 00 
570 48 
84 69 

1,136 67 
132 48 
575 67 

1,035 00 

57 33 

549 31 

806 00 

195 00 

1,092 00 

1,393 33 

265 80 
396 00 
552 59 
410 83 
600 74 
331 11 
189 00 
776 58 
429 96 
376 27 
645 66 
336 89 
146 87 
204 00 
416 66 
225 87 
174 72 
436 46 
625 33 

1,140 00 
416 67 
216 67 
857 77 
264 48 
101 24 

266 66 
828 00 
453 33 

1,380 00 

2,100 00 

1,106 66 

659 47 

906 84 

671 66 

750 00 

281 66 

98 10 

502 59 

32 50 

727 46 

203 25 

236 25 

754 17 

544 45 

130 68 

472 78 

609 43 

393 83 

1,754 16 



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SunBANNUATION No. 4 



Devine, Patrick 

Dickson. W.H 

Dionne, P 

Dobbs, O. G 

Doherty, Chas. G... 

Doherty, I. W 

Doig, James 

Donaldson, Jno 

Donovan, W. M 

Dooley, J. J 

Doran, Wm 

Dorion, D. N 

Dorian. G. E 

Dorval, G. 8 

Douglas, R. C 

Doyle, E. F 

Doyle, H.E 

Drake. E.F 

Drapeau, J. A. P.... 

Drapeau, P 

Drew, A. G. F 

Drillio, Geo 

Driscoll, Daniel 

Driscoll, James L..., 

Driscoll, Patrick 

Drolet, A 

Drolet, J 

Drolet, Pierre 

Dube, E 

Dube, Jos 

Dubois, A 

Duclos, Geo 

Duclos, P 

Dugal, A 

Dunbar, R. C 

Duncan, W 

Dunlop, Jno 

Dunn, J. A 

Duplesis, L 

Dupuis, A 

Durantaye, G. de la. 

Dyble, John H 

Dye, Benjamin 

Earl. R. W 

Eddie, Chas 

Eddy,J. A 

Edgar, J 

Edgar, W. W 

rewards, J. F 

Eldridge. C. C 

Elliott, Chaa 

Elliott, C. H 

Elliott, Eli«a 

Elliott, G.W 

Elliott. Thoa 

Ellis, Chas. 8 

Ellis. J. H 

Ellis, Wm.T 

Elsterman, F. W. B.. 

Emery, H 

Emmett, C'. D...... 

Emmott, F 

England, Frederick.. 

Erratt, W. H 

Ewing, R 

F3ynouf , Geo 

Fahey, J 

Fahey, W 



Amount 
paid 



I cts. 

.594 00 
790 27 
461 66 
225 00 
211 67 
539 58 
467 22 

294 12 
779 79 
244 16 
108 00 
505 17 

63 80 
549 60 

1,516 66 
577 50 
496 92 

2,274 96 
936 35 
771 66 
493 51 
565 50 
529 67 
539 58 

306 00 
250 70 
220 11 
277 23 
252 00 
503 92 
546 63 
862 98 
954 33 
660 00 

1,031 28 
315 00 
425 28 
714 13 
430 61 
213 54 

1.219 90 
378 00 
198 00 
475 00 
722 
778 
700 00 
900 00 
622 50 
900 00 
910 58 
750 00 
263 48 
950 00 
478 16 
14A «I 
732 50 
636 00 
311 64 
728 00 
354 44 
289 17 

307 00 

295 17 
097 50 
146 51 
081 00 
204 57 



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Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1928, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Continued 



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SUPERANNUAHON No. 4 



Fairen, F 

Fairley, Wm 

Farquaharson, D. R 

Farrol, Julia 

Farrell, Minnie J 

Farrell.P 

Farrell, Win. J 

Farrow, M. Y 

Farrer, Emma E 

Faulkner, Geo 

Favelle, John 

Ferguson, D 

Ferguson, J. N 

Ferriman, W. J 

Finkle, H.J 

Finlayson, A 

Finlayson, W 

Fisher, C. A. L 

Fitzgerald, E. W 

Fjeld8ted,T 

Fleming, G. S 

Fleming, Wm 

Fletcher, Hugh 

Fletcher, R.W 

Flett, Chas 

Flett, Jas 

Flynn,M 

Foran, J. K 

Ford, Mabel 

Foreman, H 

Forest, S 

Forget, A 

Forrest, Alex 

Forsyth, J. R 

Forticr, A 

Fortin, F. X 

Fortin, P 

Fortune, Robt 

Foster, J. H 

Fotl leringham , Geo 

Prowler, J.J 

Francoeur, A 

Fraser, D 

Fraaer, Jas. L 

Fraser, M 

Fraser, S.M.L , 

Fredenburgh, G. C 

Frenett, J. L 

Frink, J. H 

Fuller, R. L , 

FuUerton, John 

Fullerton, R 

Fulthorp, G. E 

Fumival, S , 

Gagne, F. X 

Galbraith, Wm 

Gambles 

Gammon, T , 

Gaston, John 

Gaudet, P 

Gaumond, Thos 

Gauvin, Joseph C 

Gauvreau, Ales 

Oauvreau, J. A 

Gauvreau, N.B 

Genest, J.B 

Gont, A 

Georcseon, J. 



Amount 
paid 



1, 



S cts. 

760 50 

288 2:^ 
715 56 
535 00 
832 50 
495 00 
933 35 
795 00 
229 59 
156 82 
376 66 
832 47 
871 82 
714 67 

665 76 
664 08 

19 34 
698 61 
943 33 
140 00 
176 00 

289 92 
465 81 
923 56 

71 74 
219 47 
305 21 
,722 48 

666 44 
693 50 
754 00 
647 60 

,625 33 
.078 77 
,643 34 
786 64 
32 71 
315 77 
476 67 
666 66 
241 67 
166 66 
295 56 
128 33 
601 12 
46V 93 
360 00 
147 60 
980 66 
,271 11 
618 77 
88 89 
342 87 
270 00 
800 00 
481 92 
143 00 
203 46 
236 25 
984 72 
883 44 
820 68 
843 17 
480 00 
.032 00 
611 11 
868 67 
010 00 



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Stttebakiotation No. 4 

Germain, M 

Gervais, Wm 

Gibbons, J. A , 

Gibson, John , 

Giddens, F. W , 

Giffen, I. L , 

Gilchrist, James , 

Gillespie, Wm 

Gillis, Jno , 

Gingras, E. X , 

Girard, Chas 

Giroux, W.J , 

Glover, Thos 

Gooday , L 

Goodhue, M. L. E. B 

Gordon, A. E , 

Gordon, F. G 

Gore, W.J 

Goudie, John G 

Gould, I. A 

Goulet, A 

GraP6,P. J 

Grece, Wm 

Graham, A 

Graham, H. C 

Graham, S. L. C 

Graham, W 

Graham, W.R 

Granger, I 

Grant, A. F 

Grasso, P. L 

Gray, Geo. W 

Green, M 

Green, Thos 

Gregory, Chas 

Grenier, Jos 

Grenier, S 

Grey, F. W 

Grice, Jno 

Grieve, A. D 

Griffith, W.L 

Grison, A. A 

Guenet, A 

Guerard, A. E 

Guindon, A 

Haanel, E 

Hackett, Annie 

Hagen, S. C 

Hagerty, B 

Hall, Geo. A 

Hall, Richard 

Hall, R.P 

Halle,F 

Halpenny, J. H 

Hamel, A 

Hamcl, M 

Hamilton, I 

Hamilton, P.J 

Hamilton, W.B 

Hamlett.O 

Hampshire, C. C 

Hand. E.J 

Handy, Jos 

Hanley, H 

Hanlon. Mary A 

Hanlon, B.J 

Hanson, P 

Hardins,E. A 



Amount 
paid 



I cU. 

245 82 
620 28 
684 99 
309 28 
1,265 00 

415 68 
231 23 
401 78 
429 45 

1.060 00 
250 17 
377 50 
229 13 
401 28 
603 76 
176 00 
637 60 
414 00 
780 00 

1,175 00 
56 86 

316 66 
549 00 

78 75 

1,608 75 

497 92 

243 33 

1,948 33 

352 00 

366 67 

470 25 

340 00 

505 14 

285 49 

300 00 

454 66 

235 89 

492 69 

482 60 

1,010 00 

2.747 36 

1,138 33 

355 04 

458 28 

416 00 
332 76 
745 00 

317 17 
561 63 

1,034 44 
469 94 
694 24 

1,072 22 

640 00 
666 83 
361 00 
711 81 
624 89 
697 00 
228 00 
840 00 
661 17 
729 78 
293 87 

641 60 
616 90 
815 92 
810 39 



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Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



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employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Continued 



Name 



ScPEBAlOrCATION No. 4 



Harding, Jas 

Harris, G. M 

Harris, T. A 

U&rvey.J. W 

Haskett, Elisabeth. 

Hastinfts, T. A 

Haws. W 

Hay, Jos 

Hajne, Thos 

Heath, Geo 

Hehert, John 

Heeschen, C. C 

Heffler, E 

Heise. W 

Hembraugh, Thos.. 

Henderson, A 

Henderson, Wm 

Henley, I. C 

Henshaw, G. H 

Heppelle, E 

Herbold, A 

Herchmer, F, K 

Hicks, A. M 

Hickson, R. J 

Higgins, Wm 

Hifcman, O 

Hill, J. F 

Hill, J. H 

Hill, R. T 

Hill,T.H 

Hillier, E. G 

Hodgson, G 

Hoey, Jas 

Hollins, J. M 

Holmden, H. R 

Homer, F. VV 

Hope. Geo. F 

Homer, F. B 

Houde, G 

Houle, Jos 

Houston, Geo 

Howard, E 

Howard. T, A 

Howe, Thos 

Howell, Thos 

Howson, Geo. H...., 

Hubbell, A 

Hubley, C.F 

Hudson, Chaa 

Hughes, J. W 

Hughes, Wm 

Humphries, T 

Hunt, B.J 

Hunt, Robert 

Hunter, Jas 

Hunter, 8 

Hurst, John 

Hutchins, R. F 

Hutchinson, H. H... 

Hutton, H. W 

Hynds, R. W 

Imlah, J 

Ireland, C 

Jackson, F. N 

Jackson, B.J 

Jackson, W 

James. R. F 

Jamieeon, Wm. A..., 



Amount 
paid 



$ cts. 

344 13 
362 C6 
594 00 

1.008 00 
43 56 
828 00 
426 84 
440 00 
511 20 
328 08 
726 25 
661 66 
412 96 
272 69 
832 00 
474 38 

1.500 00 
420 24 
941 04 
151 58 
600 00 

1.435 00 

704 66 
907 11 
196 67 

2.179 16 

1,168 22 

60 40 

437 50 

450 00 

513 26 

705 00 
506 66 
712 91 
737 91 
100 00 
500 00 
448 00 
643 50 
284 00 
239 05 
320 05 
390 00 

1.140 00 
852 00 
565 99 
404 16 
776 00 
872 06 
425 GO 
474 30 

1.380 00 
914 33 
305 25 
821 95 
535 53 
486 00 
459 78 
666 67 
819 44 
465 32 
597 70 
195 36 
726 00 
452 00 
147 18 
481 60 
735 48 



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SuPEBAmrcAnoN No. 4 



Jean, E 

Jeffcott, J. E 

lefTrey, C 

Jenks, J. N 

Jenkins, Wm 

Johnson, I. S 

.Johnson, E. V 

Johnston. C. W 

Johnston, C. H. J... 
Johnston, David.... 

Johnstone, H. W 

Johnston, Jane McI. 

Jones, A. E 

Jones, C. H 

Jones, Thos 

Jones. W. D 

Jukes, H. A 

Kealey, H 

Kealey, M. T 

Keays. E. M 

Kelly. G. P 

Kelly J 

Kemp, E 

Kennedy. Wm 

Kenney, J. J 

Kerr.J.W 

Kiiduff, P. A 

King.G.C 

Kingsmill, E. A 

Kingston, J. 8 

Kinsman, R. W 

Kirk,J.T 

Kirkwood. J. S 

Knox, Jos 

Kuhlman. J 

Kurs, Jos 

Kylie, Richtud 

Labelle, F 

Labelle, Jos. E 

Labine. G 

Labont6, L 

ILiacombe. A 

Lacombe, L 

Lacouture, L 

Lacroix, E. O. H.... 

I^croix, O 

Lacroix. 8. C 

Haflamme. V 

Laforest. J 

Lafortune, D 

Lafrance, I 

Lasace. O 

Lanaye. O 

Lake.Wm 

Lally. F 

Lalonde. E 

Lolonde, L. N 

Lamarre, A 

Lamoureux, A 

Lamoureux, F 

Langelier. F 

Langevin, P 

Lanteigne, O 

Lapierre. L 

Laplanta, J. B 

I>apriBe, Jo« .«. 

Larivee, H 

Lariviare. N 



Amount 
paid 



I eta. 

333 25 
861 42 
170 25 
50 00 
073 66 
540 00 

1.500 00 
838 50 
317 05 
208 00 
900 00 
300 00 
747 50 

1.203 70 
352 00 
455 95 

1.134 02 
270 00 
452 57 
660 00 
302 50 

1,291 96 
063 04 
404 72 
189 00 
610 11 
480 00 

2.000 00 
618 75 
493 32 
346 67 
555 83 

1.107 50 
394 29 

613 33 
637 50 
452 00 
180 00 
288 00 

1.366 66 
338 43 
432 50 
222 55 
711 75 
767 50 
94 66 
722 06 
6S0 60 
786 61 
580 7S 
S04 1S 
160 37 

614 IS 
883 71 
05S88 
163 78 
613 81 
348 63 
438 48 
140 01 
487 66 
670 87 
840 00 

04 50 
363 64 
600 88 
767 80 
463 34 



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Laroque, J 


$ cts. 

364 77 
242 92 

1.369 44 

928 78 

28 24 

839 40 
448 75 
.541 66 

46 45 

840 00 
430 00 
420 41 
553 33 
471 25 
637 50 
526 75 
258 64 
100 27 
262 17 
615 12 
798 00 
595 44 
292 00 
319 71 
688 51 
748 86 
2.50 00 
738 75 

365 00 
379 60 
644 22 
654 50 
162 00 
725 92 
686 40 
753 25 
288 75 

1,098 33 
456 94 

1,004 11 
287 23 
405 17 
464 81 
656 94 
207 78 
249 41 
525 00 
448 00 
597 59 
283 33 
515 58 
496 66 
560 64 
253 45 
7.56 00 
574 00 
500 00 
389 17 
420 00 
416 66 

1,094 38 
397 13 
640 68 

1,319 16 
317 49 
126 29 
741 00 
178 03 


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Mahood, Jas 


% cts. 
201 08 


1923 


Larose, (r 


Mailleue, H. AV.G... 


647 50 


1924 


Larose, W 


Mair, Chas 


164 87 


1923 


Latcndresse, M. A 


Mair, Chas 


872 00 


•1924 


Lavailee, Chas 


Major, A 


345 33 


1924 


Lavallee, J. B 


Malcolmson, John 


317 58 


1924 


Lavictoire, E 


Mallette, N 


125 14 


1921 


Learniouth, A 


Mallette, Nap 


407 55 


1924 


Lohano, M 


Malouin, A 


675 00 


1924 


Lchel, C;ha8. A 


Maloney , H. G 


400 91 


1923 


LeBianc.B 


Mann. G. G 


516 60 


1921 


Leblanc, J 


M anson, D. A 


200 00 


1920 


LeBlanc, R 


Marnhant, W 


1 273 15 


1924 


Leblanc, S 


Marion, H. R 


432 20 


1924 


Leclair, P 


Martial, H 


455 00 


1924 


Lederman, Agnes 


Martin, A 


864 67 


1924 


Lee. S . . . 


Mirtin, F. W 


924 00 


1923 


Lefebvre, A 


Martin, I. E 


2,601 34 
270 00 


1924 


Legendre, Mrs. L 


Martin, T, G 


1924 


Lemieux, J. A 


Martin, W 


104 46 


1924 


Lemieux, J. N 


Martineau, A. L. C 

Martineau, M.J 


563 33 


1923 


Lem ieux, Z 


725 00 


1924 


Lemiie, J. N 


Mathe, N. M 


1,050 00 


1924 


Lenghen, C. G 


Mathieu, P 


385 00 


1924 


Leonard, J 


Matthews, A. M 


238 33 


1923 


Lepage, C 


Matthews, C. A 

Matthews, P. H 


935 00 


1922 


Lewis, A 

Lewis, I^dia J 


317 77 


1924 


Mayes, John 


212 33 


1923 


Lewis, M 


Maynard, John. . . . 


69 01 


1924 


Liberge, F 


Meadows, Geo. A 


503 64 


1921 


Limoges, A 


Meggs, A. E 


224 25 


1922 


Lindcburgh, A. V 


Menzies, W 


1.319 75 


1924 


Linloff.E 


Mercer, E. N. H 


646 33 


1921 


Little. C 


Mercier , J. B 


1,099 11 


1924 


Logan, D 


Merrick, H 


542 76 


1922 


Long.W.h.A 

Longley, T. W 


Merrithew, J. N 


126 02 


1924 


Merry, E 


518 85 


1921 


Loring, R. E 


Merson, Wm 


558 05 


1921 


Lortie, V 


Messenger, H. W 


575 00 


1924 


Low.E.J 

Lowery, J 


Might, S. H 


702 00 


1923 


Migneault, A 


528 00 


1922 


Loyer, E 


Milette, Sara 


546 00 


1924 


Lundy, Thos 


Millncr, Geo. F 


682 56 


1924 


Lunney, J. P 


Mills, N 


1,400 00 


1921 


Lusher, Thos 


Mills. Wm 


5-54 40 


1921 


Luttrell, Jos 


Milne, G. L 


800 00 


1924 


Lyman, C. C 


Milne, W.J 


1,181 67 


1924 


Macarow, M . E 


Milntfr, W. C 


1,120 00 


1921 


MacDonald, G. M 


Mitchell, G.H 


1.587 48 


1921 


Mac Donald, J. B 


Mitchell, G. L 


273 00 


1924 


MacDonald, Jessie C 


Mitchell, J. A 


787 50 


1924 


MacDonald, VV 


Mitchell, J. T 


540 0& 


1921 


Mitchell, J. W 


544 44 


1924 


Mac<lonell, J. H 


Mitchell, Robt 


874 00 


1924 


MacKay, Robt 


Mitchell, Wm 


205 16 


1922 


MacKenzie, A. B 


Moberly, Frank 


910 00 


1924 


Mackenzie, Jno 


Moblo, Jno 


825 0& 


1924 


MacKey, W. H 


Moeser, Wm 


616 00 


1924 


Mackie, Robt 


Moffet, P. E 


509 85 


1922 


MacKintosh, C. H 


Moloney, A 


109 20 


1921 


Macl>ennan, F 


Monahan, P 


623 79 


1924 


MacMillan, A.T 


Monctto, Adrien 


627 09 


1921 


MacMillan. J. H 


Mongrain, E 


165 09 


1922 


taacPherson, Duncan 


Montgomery, A 


195 00 


1921 


MaoRae, D.'M 


Mooney, M 


405 17 


1934 


Maeee. D 


Moore, Robt 


208 00 


1923 
1921 


Mape.W. D i,.... 

Maher, Jno .iiiiV....... . 


Morel. E. L 

Moriarty, B 


329 16 
195 OO 



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Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



77 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1928, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Continued 



Name 



SUPKRAVNUATION No. 4 



Morris, A. S 

Morris, T. J 

Morrish, T. H... 

Morrison, A 

Morrison, A. J.. . 
n, Peter.. 
1. W. J.. 

X., Thos 

1921 iMothersill, G. A. 



Mowat, W.J. 

Muhli«, G. E 

Mullifcan, A 

MuUin. J 

Mulroney, J. T 

Murnford, L. S 

Munn, A 

Munroe, J. J 

Murdock, P. C 

Murphy, C 

Murphy, J. A 

Murphy, M. A 

Murphy, W 

Murray, D. J 

Murray, J. B 

.Murray, \V. H 

Murton, F. E 

McCafifery, T. L.... 

McCaffrey, John 

McCleister, Wm... . 

Mc( liKgott, Jaa 

McC'lintock, Jos 

McClory. D 

McColl. A. C 

.McCoU, W 

McCombs, W. A 

McCoy, W.J 

McCullough, J. H... 

McCully, G. A 

McDonald, Flora J.. 

.McDonald, Jas 

.McDonald, M 

.McI>onald, Rev. M. 

McDonnell, T 

McDouKall, A 

McDouKall, Angus.. 
McF^achem, G. B... 

McKwan, J 

McEwan, P. H 

McEwan. R. H 

McGill, W 

Mf^'onnell, Peter... 

" '" vorn, J 

.-.T 

:! -r.,A 

Mclvur, Isabella 

McKay, J 

McKay, Jno 

McKay, Robt 

McKean, .M 

McKenna, S 

McKenzie, A 

Mr Kenzie, Jno 

MfKenzie. R. 8 

.M.Lachlan, G. A... 
Mcl.,ean, Donald.... 

McLean. W.J 

Mcl>enhan, A 

McLeiuuui, J. G 



Amount 
paid 



I cts. 

904 22 
435 75 
217 47 
537 48 
117 30 
340 00 
334 00 
780 00 
1,762 50 
647 11 
662 50 
764 59 
274 40 
568 36 

265 83 
1,668 33 

374 30 
518 77 
517 71 
498 43 
473 34 
280 58 
455 62 
230 00 

494 50 
473 82 
650 00 
546 00 
217 03 
196 83 
209 16 
619 04 
550 00 
203 91 
262 73 
763 00 
206 00 
609 00 
287 22 
382 40 
525 00 
572 88 
307 22 
273 00 
154 17 
977 66 
758 43 
730 00 
232 92 
560 75 
894 36 
780 24 
615 25 

82 50 
287 74 
811 11 
506 40 
785 77 
728 19 

266 66 
604 00 
406 92 

1.130 00 

1.313 74 

860 56 

450 00 

565 00 

495 00 



Re- 
tired 
in 



1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
'1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1920 
1924 
1924 
1923 
'1922 
1921 
1924 
1921 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1921 
'1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1923 
1921 
1922 
1923 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1920 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
'1924 
1921 
1921 
1934 
1938 
1933 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1923 



Name 



ScnaAKNUAnoN No. 4 



McLeod,J 

Mcl^eod, J. C 

McLeod, W. McK 

.McNab. A.J 

McNeill, D. H.... 

McNeil,J 

McPhee, Jas 

McPheraon, J 

McRae, A 

McRae, C. F 

Mc Roberta, R. C. 

McShane, J 

McTiernan, C 

Naubert, Bella. . . 

Nesbit, Geo 

Nesbitt, G. McQ. 

Nettle, F.J 

Neville, James 

Nevins, F 

Nevins, J 

Nevins, Jos 

Newcombe, H 

Newling, H. P 

Newman, J. A 

Nexan, L 

Nichol. S 

Nicholson, T 

Nicol, J 

Nisbet, W 

Noonan. H. T.... 
Noonan, M. W.... 
Northwood, K... 
Normand. N. M.. 
O'Brien, C. F. G. 

O'Brien, D 

O'Brien, J 

O'Brien, J. C.. 
O'Brien, M... 
O'Brien. W... 

O'Connor. G 

O'Connor. K. M 

O'Flaherty. M.J 

Ogbum, R.J ., 

Ogilvie, J 

O'Hanly, M..... 

O'Leary. D 

Oliver, E.C 

O'Meara. M. T 

O'ReUly, E 

O'ReUly, M 

Orr, S 

Osborne, J. L 

Osborne, N. P 

Owen, N. C 

Pago, H 

Page. W 

Palmer, 9. A 

Pi^>illon, U 

Papineau, G. B 

Papineau, L. G 

Paquet.J.B 

Paquet. F. X 

Paradis. E... 

Paradis. P 

Paris. Z 

Parker. Thos 

Parkin. T.M 

Parrington, Jas 






Amount 
paid 



$ cts. 

663 00 
806 33 
640 00 
522 00 
281 43 
241 62 
198 33 
1.050 63 
420 00 

316 80 
728 00 
110 48 
259 27 
226 14 
200 60 

317 76 
437 50 
370 49 
530 44 
780 41 
450 00 
991 66 
671 53 
130 00 
360 26 
161 33 
491 00 
506 06 
38880 
CTS 09 
896 15 
455 80 
225 50 
560 00 
954 50 

384 31 
549 67 
780 00 
501 71 
549 97 
815 16 
OOOM 
8M00 
0S9 00 

1.140 00 

1.425 00 

709 92 

8SSSS 

400 88 

385 78 
165 75 
321 96 
843 55 
883 87 

1,018 61 
380 60 
SSI 07 
856 00 
6S5 00 

1,710 00 
273 00 

1.409 16 
420 00 
S75 37 
074 58 
653 60 
417 84 
883 tS 



78 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1928, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Continued 



Re- 
tired 



1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 

•1924 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1922 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 

•1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1920 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1921 
1924 

•1924 

•1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 

•1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 



Name 



SoPERAIfKUATION No. 4 

Pasmore, C. J 

Patchell, W. A 

Patching, R 

Patenaude, J 

Pateraon, J 

Patterson, C. C 

Pattie, R. P 

Pawling, J 

Payne, F. F 

Payne, J. L , 

Pearce, E. J ', 

Pelletier, J. B 

Pelietier, R 

Peloquin, J 

Pennington, W 

Percival, T. M 

Perkins, S. C 

Perreault, E. E 

Perry, F.C 

Peters, J. N 

Peters, W. H 

Phibb8,C.J 

Phillip8.J.I 

Phillips, T. H 

Phoenix, A. J 

Picard, N 

Pickins, J. M 

Pigeon, H. H 

Pinard, H 

Pinkerton, Robt 

Plouffe, A 

PloufTe, N 

Poirier, M. O 

Poirier, T 

Polley. W.H 

Pollock, R 

Pope, E 

Porteous, G. H 

Potter, Hy 

Potter, W 

Poulin, J 

Pouliot, J. P 

Preston, 8. R 

Prevost, J 

Prevost, J. E. W 

Prince, E.E 

Probert.C. H 

Proulx, J 

ProuU, N 

Pruneau, A 

Pye,J.R 

Quosnel, A 

Quinn, Martin 

Quinn, Michael 

Quinn, W. A 

Ralph, W.B 

Ralston, B.W 

Raper. E. W 

Rathbone, C. F. A 

Ray.G.H 

Ray.J.E 

Raymond, M. L 

Raymond, 8. D 

Raymond, W. G 

Rayson.T 

Reed, 6 

Redhead.J. W 

Redmond, A 



Amount 
paid 



% cts. 

483 00 

1,732 50 

900 00 

308 00 

13 93 

1,064 00 

297 89 

556 11 

1.369 44 

1,993 75 

1,145 00 

378 88 

773 04 
425 53 
9,«9 07 
600 00 
741 08 

774 00 
1,068 96 

373 56 
463 28 
210 00 
280 27 

175 96 
527 77 
216 00 

87 02 
560 00 
133 36 
236 25 
196 58 
214 45 

1,125 00 
145 98 
371 68 
522 96 

1,350 00 
496 31 
466 66 
679 88 
657 66 
748 33 
333 33 
443 86 
629 64 

2,000 00 
294 60 
161 15 
448 00 
263 60 
600 00 
643 33 
103 33 
75 10 
807 00 

176 00 
882 00 
928 68 
247 00 
172 22 

1,989 72 
860 00 
202 59 

1,075 16 

116 62 

941 66 

235 00 

98 70 



Re- 
tired 



'1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1921 
1922 
1922 
M922 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1921 
1923 
1924 
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1922 
1921 
1921 
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»1924 
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•1921 
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1922 
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1924 
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1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
•1921 
1921 
1924 



Name 



SUFEBAKNUATION NO. 4 

Regan, D 

Regimbal, A 

Remillard, L 

Richard. J. 8 

Richardson, A. K 

Richer, A. M 

Rickey, J. A 

Riendieu, Arsene 

Riendieu, Avila 

Riley, T.J 

Ringrose/J 

Rivers, C. A 

Rivoire, J. D 

Roberts, J. W. G 

Roberts, T 

Robertson, H, H 

Robertson, J. J. B 

Robertson, J. R 

Robertson, R. J 

Robertson, W. A 

Robertson. W. B 

Robertson, W. R 

Robitaille, S 

Roche, C.P 

Rochette, P 

Rodman, E. A 

Roe, Lottie 

Rogers, C. G 

Rogers, F 

Rom bough, J. I 

Rose, D.J 

Ross. A. H 

Ross. C 

Ross. W 

Routh, E 

Routhier, A. M 

Rowe, \V 

Rowen, M. B 

Roy, A.J 

Roy, J. A 

Roy,L 

Roy, M. F 

Roy, M. L 

Ruest, E 

Runions, A 

Russell, G. J. T 

Russell, J. W 

Russell, Robert 

Ryan, J 

Rykart.J. C 

Sales, Wm 

Salkus, Albert 

Salton.W.H 

Sampson, T 

Sanagan. F. L 

Saundem, C. E 

Sauvageau, 8 

Sauve, Jofl 

Savard. H 

Savard.J. B 

Savard, J. J 

Schuler, W.B 

Scott, J 

Scott, M. M 

Sedgwick, J 

Secber.E 

Seguin, D 

Seguin. V 



Amount 
paid 



$ eta. 

131 77 
1.403 33 
432 00 
924 87 
610 00 
395 59 
661 94 
936 00 

841 92 
622 31 
117 28 
463 65 
181 14 
862 60 
900 00 
510 00 
882 92 

9 09 
881 67 

1.112 60 
921 47 
715 16 
650 00 
866 25 
444 00 
585 00 
405 17 

1,026 00 
273 13 
875 00 
328 89 
314 17 
826 66 
116 55 
266 66 

1,073 34 
436 37 
836 60 
899 67 
729 83 
272 32 
680 73 
498 33 
125 61 
405 53 
333 33 
300 00 
636 00 

842 11 
600 00 
400 00 
425 83 
496 76 
160 20 
269 72 

1,128 88 
782 10 
239 77 
226 84 
482 12 
861 44 
630 4S 
202 97 
630 00 
410 88 
146 85 
009 00 
253 66 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



79 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1928, to 

employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Continued 



Re- 
tired 
in 



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1924 
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1921 
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1923 
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1921 
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1922 
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1922 
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1924 
1922 
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1920 
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•1921 
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•1924 
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Name 



SuPBBAMMUAnON No. 4 

Selby.W.D 

Selwyn.P. H 

Semple, M. L 

Shanahan, C 

Sharp, A 

Sharpe, J 

Shea.C 

Shehyn, A. R 

Shera, W. G 

Sherk, D 

ShultiB, G. T 

Sidney, A. P 

Simard, S 

Simpeon, F 

Simpson, H. V 

Simpaon, J. S 

Simpson, P. E 

Sinclair, J. W 

Siiamith, B. F 

Slater, M. A 

Sloan, J. B 

Sloan, W 

Smith, A. H 

Smith, B. R 

Smith, J 

Smith, Jno 

Smith, Jno. F 

Smith, Jos 

Smith, J. C 

Smith, J. Obed 

Smith. W 

Smith, Wm 

Smithere, R. O 

Snetsioj^r, J. S 

Snetsinger, R 

Somers, Hy 

SoDghurst, J. R 

Southoott, S. J 

Stafford, J. P 

Stagj?. J. W 

Stalker,M 

Stanley, E 

Stata, C. 8 

Steadworthjr, Wm 

Stephens, J. P 

Stevens, A 

Stewart, E 

Stewart, F 

Ste. Marie, Joe 

St. Marseille, A. 

St. Maurice, A 

Stewart, T 

Stewart, J. B 

Stewart, L. J. G 

StinRue, J 

Stockdale, R. F 

Stroulger, G. P 

Stuart, 8. G 

Suffem. A 

Sullivan, D 

Sullivan, J ,^.^.,... 

Sullivan, Wm 

Sullivan, W.H 

Summers, A 

Sumner, F. E 

Surtees, W. 8 

Suter.J 

Sutherland, J. A 



Amount 
paid 



cts. 

900 00 
312 50 
682 50 
459 19 
885 33 
680 00 
361 04 
952 00 
270 00 
476 05 
104 42 
212 60 
418 60 
416 00 
370 00 
622 29 
262 50 
467 60 
890 94 
647 91 
227 50 
€33 33 
757 41 

75 00 
500 00 
861 77 
401 50 
167 88 
678 00 
658 26 
054 99 
197 51 
461 24 
422 47 
660 21 
175 00 
317 05 
629 77 
900 00 
478 84 
606 00 
795 89 

39 92 
076 25 
731 79 
643 75 
308 00 

61 23 
882 92 
110 66 

99 05 
401 82 
015 00 
665 16 
495 74 
269 17 
933 36 
391 00 
384 00 
473 85 
534 95 
210 03 
,150 00 
«68 89 
614 60 
,050 00 
145 83 
450 00 



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tired 
in 



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Name 



SUPIBANNUATION No. 4 

Sutton, L. L 

Swindell, R 

Sword, Jas 

Taggart, Jas 

Talbot, Jno 

Tamblyn, J.F 

Taunton, W. D 

Taylor, G.J 

Taylor, J. G 

Taylor, Jno 

Taylor, J. R 

Taylor, N. H 

Taylor, T.G 

Taylor, W.W 

Telford, D.M 

Templeton, A 

T6trault, F. X 

Tetu, A 

Thibault, Jos 

Thibert, N 

Thom.H 

Thomas, F. R 

Thomas, Geo 

Thompson, John 

Thompson, J. T 

Thompson, W, G 

Thomson, A 

Thrush, Jno 

Tison, R. A 

Toale, J 

Todd, R 

Tolson,F. G 

Topham, F 

Towin,J 

Tramner, E. G 

Tranter, K 

Travis, C. A .*.......... 

Tremblay, F ...i... 

Tremblay, J. A 

Tremblay, O 

Tremblay, P 

Tr6panier, L. A 

Trevor, A 

Trodden, James 

Trudeau. A 

Trudel. E 

I'umer, Geo 

Tuura, A 

Upper. J 

Valiquet, U 

Valpy.J.T 

Vanasse, A.P 

Vanasse, F 

Vaugh»n,T 

Vermette, T 

Vert, A. E 

Vicars, J. R 

Vigneault, P. E 

Vincent. G. E 

Voligny, L. R 

Vrooman, N. B.. 

Wagner, L 

Waine. F. E 

Wainwright,P. H 

Wainwrisht, R 

Wallwr.E 

Wall»r,G 

Walker. H.L 



Amount 
paid 



% eta. 

650 00 
2-.7 84 
204 24 
540 55 
433 16 
966 00 
400 83 
616 00 
739 56 
624 31 
603 82 

660 88 
1,282 16 

16 65 
880 76 
440 46 
374 00 
702 69 
336 00 
349 17 
628 60 
934 55 
195 80 

88 60 
270 44 
720 00 
407 31 
412 92 
775 55 

661 47 
521 33 
607 50 
649 38 
231 09 
759 72 
450 00 

651 80 
197 16 

1,146 51 
640 95 
453 15 
906 56 
173 65 

1.292 94 
530 11 

1.183 SS 
SOD 00 
807 77 
888 53 

3,314 96 
190 80 
848 00 

1.310 44 
388 38 
890 00 
500 00 

1.020 00 
750 00 
450 00 

1.740 00 

1.140 00 
101 64 
648 38 
618 S3 
753 80 
106 30 
000 32 
806 44 



80 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1928, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Continued 



Re- 
tired 



1922 
1924 
1921 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1922 
1922 
1922 
1924 
1922 
1922 
1924 
1924 

•1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1923 
1922 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1922 
1922 
1922 

•1922 
1924 
1923 
1922 
1922 
1923 
1924 

•1924 
1923 
1923 
1922 
1924 

•1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1922 
1924 
1924 
1921 

•1923 
1923 
1921 
1923 
1921 
1924 
1924 



Name 



SUPBRANNUATION No. 4 

Walker, J 

Walker.J. A 

Walker. W.H 

Wallace. J. M 

Wallace, T.F 

Walsh, E 

Walsh, Thos 

Walsh, W 

Walters. H 

Ward, A. E 

Warren, G.S 

Waterbury, D. H 

Waters, J 

Watson, Geo. A , 

Watson, Wm , 

Watterworth, E 

Weasner, J 

Weaver, Jas. A , 

Webber,B.C 

Webster, C. E 

Webster, Geo , 

Weese.J. W 

Werry,F. W.C 

West, H 

West. T 

\yeston. W. H 

Wetmore, G. K 

Whalen, W. H 

Whare, A , 

Wheatley, G. H 

Wheatley, R 

Wheeler, A. O 

White, D 

White, E. P. M 

White, G. A 

White,J.B 

White, W.J 

Whitehead, J. P 

Whitty, M.J 

Williams, H. A. C 

Williams, J. T. C 

Williams, W 

Willson.J. D 

Wilson, A. H 

Wilson.G 

Wilson, H. A 

Wilson, J. A , 

\yilson. J. L 

Winchester, L 

Withrow, J. F. D 

Wolfenden, Wm , 

W(KKiill, J.8 

WrJKht, E 

Wri«ht.J.P 

WriKht, L. K 

Wurtele. 8. T , 

Wynne, John 

Yeomans, E. H 

Yeomaos, L. B 

Young, B, R , 

Young. U , 

Young, P. P 

Zinkan, G. V 



Amount 
paid 



I cts. 

432 25 
256 74 

480 00 
541 33 
247 92 
346 09 

416 99 
750 00 
841 62 
705 44 
530 76 

1,303 33 

160 17 

262 68 

14 66 

252 00 

235 34 
129 03 

1,883 33 
374 50 
207 22 
219 23 
693 27 
422 76 
821 80 
429 00 
396 00 

417 10 
275 28 

1,125 00 
20 16 
733 43 
187 00 
716 04 
879 30 

540 00 
2,250 00 

599 96 
535 00 
351 11 
088 00 

236 00 
17 44 

392 00 
275 17 
664 68 
737 60 
198 22 
605 04 
1.008 00 
762 48 
846 50 

481 51 
637 00 

541 66 
455 00 
106 86 
874 00 
477 M 

87 30 

501 66 

568 75 

1.244 44 



723,825 34 



Re- 
tired 



1925 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1925 
'1925 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1924 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1927 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1924 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1927 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1927 
1926 
1926 
'1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1926 
•1925 
•1926 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1926 
•1925 
1925 
1925 
1924 
1925 



Name 



SUPBRANNCATION No. 6 

Civil Service Superannuation 

Act. 1924, Chap. 24, R.S. 1927 

Annuities to Contributors 

Adam, J. W 

Alkins, W 

Allen. F. G 

Allen. G. H 

Alton. S. E 

Anderson, B 

Andrews, G. P 

Arcand, A. A 

Back, M i 

Baillarge. E. S 

Bauville, J 

Barhe, W 

Bcaulicu. R 

Behind, T 

Belding, H. W 

Bclec, J 

Bclleau. A. E 

Boak. W. C 

Boivin, D 

Bolduc, L. N 

Bourque, E 

Bray, J. L 

Breton, N 

Brochu. J. W. L 

Brough, W. C 

Brown. E. M 

Brown, J. H 

Brown, T. L 

Bruce, D. A 

Burns, W. P 

Cameron, W. M 

Campbell, A. C 

Cauniff. W. H 

ChamberB, C 

Chartrand. J. A 

Cheney, W. H 

Church. I. D 

Cliff, W.W 

Cloakey,C. H 

Connolly. E 

Coombs. J. S 

Cory, T 

Craig, S 

Cuming, E. E 

D'Aoust, I 

Davis. J. H 

Davy, H. A 

Devlin. C. A 

De Young, G. H 

Dionne, J. L. A 

Dixon, C 

Dixon,J.G 

Doherty, T. K 

Dorion, G 

Doucet, R 

Drysdalc, Wm 

DuW, J. P. E 

Duncan, T 

Dunlevie, S. A 

Du.HjMiult. J. B 

Dwyer. M.J 

Eagleson, J. 8 

Elliott. R.J 

Everett, E. G 

Fagan, M. H 

Fair, J.. I 



Amount 
paid 



S cts. 



155 74 

204 00 

1,327 56 

1,470 00 

186 23 

101 79 

1.176 00 

693 96 

476 64 

576 80 

559 20 

1,596 00 

1,2.35 52 

792 00 

1,119 96 

349 68 

2.310 00 

1,131 24 

890 40 

936 60 

512 67 

408 36 

303 39 

701 64 

1.823 28 

392 93 

615 24 

521 16 

3.118 44 

1,082 64 

1.092 24 

2.863 92 

1.575 00 

511 56 

4.53 96 

976 44 

254 02 

448 92 

518 01 

1.470 00 

504 60 

1.027 92 

637 20 

367 07 

211 32 

711 72 

954 72 

1,091 16 

965 52 

288 60 

498 08 

698 M 

2,319 99 

68S n 

928 ao 

224 43 

218 57 
2.520 00 
1.600 56 
1,081 44 

592 32 
1,848 00 

948 4R 
1.2.53 64 
1,257 60 
I.. 386 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



81 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1928, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Continued 



Name 



Superannuation No. 5 

Annuitiea to Contributor* 

Fielding. C. W. W 

FiIi?iano, H. E. J 

Fitzgerald, R. M 

Fitzgibbon, J. D 

Foley, P 

Fowler, E. M 

Fraaer, B. H 

Gaskin, Thos 

Gauthier, A 

Geldart, O. A 

Gillespie, D 

Gillraore, M. M 

Girard,P 

Giroux, F.X 

Giroux.T. A 

Goetz, G 

Gordon, A. H 

Gordon, T. A 

Greenfield, R 

Grenier, A 

Grove, J 

Guay, L. M 

GuiUemette, J. E 

Guppy, H. J 

Hagan, J. B 

Hall, N. E 

Hancock, W 

Hannan, J. W 

Harding, S 

Harney. W.T 

Hartley, H 

Hatch. W 

Henley. W. C 

Henry, M 

Hot herington, H. A 

Hill, A 

Hynes, M. E 

Kahala, J. J 

Kane, W. J 

Keating, J. P 

Keeler, R. M 

Kemeya-Tynte, A. P. M 

Kidner, E 

Kinsman, M. B 

Lamanaue, T 

Lamb, J 

Lamb.W 

Landriaa, F. E 

Lame, J. N 

Laachinger, A. O 

Learoyd, E. L 

Lesage, L. A 

Lortie, A 

Low,J.G.M 

Low, P.V 

Lynch, W. J 

Macdonald, D. J 

Macdonald. W 

Macdougall, J. I 

HackenBie, S. M 

Magee.C. W 

Manhard, L. E 

Martin. A 

Mathers, I. H 

Mathieu.J. O 

Miller, R.R 



Amount 
paid 



cts. 



1,333 44 
1,134 00 

434 00 
2,142 00 
1,088 16 

431 72 
3,780 00 
1.441 44 
1,308 96 
1,627 44 

294 05 
491 64 
707 04 
983 40 

1,260 00 

466 56 

911 17 

196 56 

1,959 96 

1,304 28 

588 59 

502 20 

1,308 96 

1,470 00 

1,560 00 

1.132 80 

927 48 

242 64 

916 44 

979 92 

691 20 

1,596 00 

356 90 

231 00 

306 00 

295 92 
2.016 00 
1.379 28 
1,490 46 
1,208 64 
1,609 92 
1,082 64 

998 16 

436 08 

1,092 00 

208 08 

987 00 

1.376 32 

294 00 

377 88 

1.592 50 

3,016 00 

1.102 44 

777 24 

1,120 00 

3.773 00 

1,119 96 

601 92 

310 M 

496 08 

883 00 

M6S0 

suae 

1,188 34 
032 40 
490 56 



Re- 
tired 
in 



926 
926 
926 
927 
925 
926 
926 
925 
927 
926 
925 
925 
926 
926 
927 
925 
925 
925 
926 
926 
927 
925 
926 
927 
925 
927 
925 
926 
925 
925 
926 
925 
926 
928 
925 
925 
926 
926 
925 
926 
926 
925 
925 
925 
926 
926 
925 
926 
925 
925 
927 
927 
926 
925 
926 
026 
036 
936 
928 
934 
936 
930 
936 
936 
93S 
934 



Name 



SuraRANNUATION No. 5 

Annuities to Contribuk>r$ 



Montgomery, J. D. . 

Montreuil, A. T 

Muuck, A. E 

Murray, J. P 

McVIlan. W. J 

McCarey, Jos 

McCuUough, W, S. . 

McDonald, M 

McGUlivray, H 

McGrath, M. J. T. . . 
McGreevy, T. D... 

Mclnemey , L 

McKendfick, D , 

AfcKenzie, H. D, L. 

McLaughlin. H 

McMinn, J. D 

McXeely.J 

McPherson, H. B.... 

Nadh.A. F 

N'eads, M. E 

Neelin, F. G 

Xiven, T. D 

Norman, H. P 

Northnip, W.T 

O'Brien, James 

O'Flaherty, E 

Ostiguy, L. R 

Parmeiee, J. D 

Paterson, A. C 

Patterson, W. L 

Pattison, T. F 

Payne, A. N 

Peake. T, B 

Pearson, S. M 

Pelletier, L. M 

Pelletier,P 

Poulin.C. E 

Preston, J. H 

Reed.C.C 

UeifTenatein, J. H, . . 

Rennie.E. H 

Richard, L.N 

Richardson, W.H... 

Ring. J. W 

Ritchie, J. H 

Robert. O. R 

Robert0on,A. R 

Robinson, F.P 

Rolston. E 

Roy.F.A 

SauriolfA 

Soott.J.C 

Sheppard. N.B 

Sinclair. C. Mc. L.... 

Sladen. A. F 

Smith, H.I 

Smith, J 

Smith, J. H 

Smith, R. R 

Smith. W.B 

Sole.F 

Sparks, S 

Stanifortb, C. O 

Stephens, A 

Stewart. E.E 

St. Germain, Mitbel. 



Amoont 
paid 



S cts. 



324 00 

2.003 4S 
381 34 
618 73 
534 53 

1,933 00 
233 53 

1.596 00 

1.470 00 
367 44 
383 06 

1.071 00 

2.071 92 
363 20 

2,886 50 
318 88 

1.428 00 
483 38 

1,197 86 
544 57 

1.024 93 
482 79 
494 78 
323 48 

1,147 93 
789 33 
910 33 

2,520 00 
630 00 

1,042 93 

1.139 16 
2. 169 96 
1,459 30 

421 08 

1,219 80 

2,963 33 

377 04 

569 43 

1.387 96 

1.959 96 

1,224 96 

1.470 00 

1.227 33 

1.303 00 

1.337 56 

3S0 IS 

1.116 16 

588 38 

934 50 

330 60 

1.590 00 

1.806 00 

3.016 00 

1.140 96 
4.300 00 
1.318 n 
1.061 40 

103 71 

1.103 68 

81 80 

838 66 

8.010 00 

848 83 

316 M 

HOOD 

S73M 



82 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1928, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Cordinued 



Re- 
tired 
in 



•1925 
1927 
1926 
1926 
1927 
1926 
1926 
1926 

•1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1926 



Died 
in 

1927 
1926 
1927 
1926 
1928 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 

•1925 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1927 
1926 
1926 
1927 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1925 

•1926 
1924 
1928 



Name 



Superannuation No. 5 
Annuitiea to ContribuUrrt 



Strachan, A 

Swait, C. E 

Thomas, C.E... 

Todd. A. H 

Troup, W.E 

Turtjer, J. E 

Uniacke, R. F.. 

Valiquettc, J 

Veats, F 

Waggoner, S. H. 

Walton, G 

Watson, A 

Watt, G 

Wenden, G. S... 
Wetmore, T. H. 

White, J 

White, W.R.... 
Wilson, A. v.... 

Wiseman, J , 

Wright, C. F. . . , 
Wright, R.J.... 
Wyatt, W. G... 
VVyld, G 



Annuities to dependents of 
deceased em-ployeea 



Adam, J. W 

Alton, G.W 

Anderson, B 

Armstrong, T. B..., 

Audet, J. P. A 

Baird,T.M 

IJarthe, R 

Bartlett, H.J 

Bastodo, S. T 

Bennett, J 

Benoit, L. V 

Bemier, P. E 

Bieakney, A. C 

Bond, J. M 

Bowes, L. T 

Brettinghara, F. A. 

Briand, J. M 

Bruce, K 

Brunelle, H 

Campbell, H. S 

Carey, P 

Carlin, I 

Carroll. J. F 

Carrutlicri, F. C... 

Carter, B 

Chambers, E. J 

Charlton, W 

Chevrier, F. L 

CopcUuid, R. E 

Daviea, T.E. S 

Dawson, H. J 

Dennis, J. A 

Devane, M. W 

I>eville, E. G. D... 
Dionne, J. L. A 



Amount 
paid 



S cts. 



295 00 
,090 92 

813 48 
,812 80 
366 96 
493 56 
,738 20 
,224 96 
41 95 
,452 48 
831 60 
561 48 
825 84 

413 28 
271 83 
310 80 
882 00 

414 72 
772 44 

296 52 
,375 44 

408 00 
,350 12 



218,929 95 



201 60 
186 10 
290 86 
300 64 
113 85 
149 01 
649 56 
207 00 
799 20 
67 56 
591 44 
573 99 
516 32 
174 75 
330 36 
140 25 
601 68 
222 36 
216 12 
525 00 
582 36 
117 48 
417 84 
476 88 
273 36 

1,018 94 
152 88 
884 04 
185 88 
473 88 

1,103 40 

387 64 

66 93 

1,782 96 
36 56 



Died 
in 



1926 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1928 
1925 
1928 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1927 
1924 
1920 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1920 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1927 
1926 
1926 
1924 
1925 
1927 
1926 
1925 
1925 
192G 
1924 
l«2ti 
1926 
1924 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1927 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1928 



Name 



SUPBRAMNUATION No. 5 

Annuities to dependents of 
deceased employees 



Dixon, J 

Dorsey, J. J 

Dowd,E. C 

Dowling, D. B 

Doyle, D.J. 

Drysdale, W 

Dubuc, J. P. E.... 

Duck, A. R.B 

Eagleson, J. S 

Edge, V.J 

Elliott, F 

Evans, P. H 

Fafard, O. V 

Fawcett, E. L 

Featherston, J. E. . 

Fee, R 

Finlayson, R 

Fiset, A 

Fisher. W.D 

Flaglor, J. S 

Flannery, P.J 

Forbes, J 

Fraser, D 

Frost, J. A 

Gamache, J. M 

Gaudin, T 

Gauthier, G. H 

Genest, O. A 

Genest, P. F. X. . . 

George, A. F 

Gerald, C 

(iillespie, D 

Gould, W 

Grant, G 

Gribble, F.J 

Gricr, J. W 

Harris, G. A 

Hartwell, G.M... 

Haslam, G. S 

Haughton, J 

Hawkins, T.T.... 

Haynos, A. T 

Heavere, T 

Honnesaey , G. F. . 

Hillock P. J 

Irwin, \V, N 

Ivey,W.J 

.lack, S. R 

.larvis, A. L. F...., 

Jones, F 

.lordan, J. E 

Kane, M 

Kavanagh, F 

Kirk, F 

Kirkpatrick, J. R. 
Lailamme. J. K. . . 

Lang.J.T.C 

Langevin, E. V — 

Lapointe, J. A 

Larkin, J. M 

Larue, J. N 

LaRue,J. L. H.... 

Latour, J. L 

Learn, A. J 

Leoourt, C. E 



Amount 
paid 



I :ct8. 



212 16 

624 84 
284 64 
778 .56 
478 92 
354 0") 

22 09 
94 32 
24 39 
802 08 
64 68 

212 04 

842 16 
306 46 

1,027 68 

213 24 
547 OS 
141 68 
249 33 
557 28 
535 56 

88 99 
420 60 
212 94 
728 94 
210 36 
305 89 
255 84 
648 48 
.TS2 56 
409 58 

214 34 
308 49 
162 93 
193 92 

262 21 
96 12 

359 04 
171 12 
205 80 
481 68 
278 40 
452 64 
504 00 
361 11 
115 08 
398 28 
283 44 
2,075 61 
252 36 
86 64 
301 73 

263 64 
636 84 
191 76 

843 64 
966 66 
S78 60 
167 66 
727 68 
875 80 

625 00 
890 36 

aosao 

615 34 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



83 



Amounts paid as superannuation during the year ended March 31, 1928, to 
employees retired prior to March 31, 1927 — Conduded 



Died 

in 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



Died 

in 



Name 



Amount 
paid 



1925 
1926 
192G 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1927 
1925 
1927 
1925 
1924 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1927 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 



Superannuation No. 5 

Annuities to dependents of 
deceased employees 

Lelifevre, S 

Leinieux, F. X 

Lipsett, \V. S 

Logan, VV. J 

Love, R.A 

Lower, W.J 

Lutz. H 

Macdonald, A 

MacMahon, M.J 

MacMartin, L.J 

MacRostie, N. H 

Marchand, A. H 

Matheson, T. G 

Mathieu, L.J 

Meiklejohn, H J 

Merrigan, J. A 

Meyer.F. W 

Middleton, G 

Moloney, M 

Morden, J. R 

Morden, W. R 

Mowat, A 

McCann, B.C 

McDougall, P 

McLay, J 

McNeiU, M. P 

McPhee.J.E 

Newton, T 

O'Brien, P. J 

Orr. R. D 

Palin.A.F 

Pansera, A 

Paradis, J 

Parent, V. A 

Partridge, G 

Paterson, A. C 

Peters, D. L 

Pope, Sir Joseph 

Quinn, T 

Regan, P 

Reid,J 

Renouf , J 

Reynard , M . C 

Robertson, D 



$ cts. 



808 44 
494 00 
341 25 
318 48 
150 48 
101 40 
256 14 
185 28 
280 68 
258 94 
48 57 
184 80 
92 13 

1,162 43 
278 04 
190 10 
339 94 
436 32 
301 68 
399 00 
209 28 
588 00 
533 45 
316 56 
176 04 
308 04 
475 37 
143 04 
873 36 
289 92 
483 00 
265 34 
346 78 
355 42 
330 60 

1,046 50 
239 76 

2,799 96 
273 00 
367 44 
285 24 
187 44 
798 00 
417 96 



1925 
192G 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1927 
1925 
*1925 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1927 
192.-) 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1927 
1925 
1925 
1927 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1927 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1924 
1926 
1924 
1925 
1925 
1926 
1925 
1926 
1926 
1925 



SUPBBANNUATION iSo. 5 

Annuities to dependents of 
deceased employees 



Rogers. D. T 

Rose, L. F 

Royal, J. A 

Scott, Thos 

Scott, W 

Sealey, J. C 

Shepherd, F. B 

Shortt, L. R 

Sigman, G. A 

Smart, T. A 

Smith, A 

Smith, \V. B 

Spicer, A 

St. Denis, Jos 

Stevenson, J. S 

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Amocmtb paid as Gratuities to Contributors or Dependents of Deceased Employees daring the fiscal 

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Caldwell, Norman 

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Cook, Wm. S 

Dufort, E. R 

Dunlop, Jas 

Fawcptt, Walter 

Feathcrstonhauj^h, E. H. 

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Grey, Stuart 

Helmsing, H. F 

Holman, John 

Hoskins. Harry 

Hubert, Emile 

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Lennox, Norman 

Loiselle, Leo 

Maclaren, Hy 

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McAdani. John 

McDonald, Michael J 

McKay. C.W 

McLellan. Allen D 

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Pothier, Raoul 

Potts, Frank 

Quirk, A. M 

Redshaw, Chas. H 

Riddell, John M 

Robb, John 

Rochon, Geo 

Ross, Isobel J 

Seymour, Hy. P 

Smith. A. A.S 

Smith, E. E 

Steele, Herbert 

Stoodley, John L 

Street. Fred C 

Wakelin. Chas 

Weston, J. A 

Whitford, Fred 

YouHK, W. A 

Zwicker, F. R 



Post Office 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals 

Public Works 

Interior 

Post Office 

Railway and Canals 

Post Office 

Justice 

National Revenue 

Public Works 

S. C. R 

Railways and Canals 

Public Works 

Indian Affairs 

Health 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Defence 

National Revenue 

Justice 

Post Office 

Agriculture 

Justice 

Health 

National Revenue 

Trade and Commerce 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Agriculture 

National Revenue 

Marine and Fisheries 

Public Works 

National Revenue 

Public Works 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Public Works 

Marine and Fisheries 

Post Office 

Railways and Canals 

National Revenue 

Interior 

National Revenue 

Immigration & Colonisation.. 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Pub. Ptg. andSty 

Trade and Commerce 

National Revenue 

Indian Affairs 

National Revenue 

National Defence 



Widow 

Contributor, 

u 

Widow 

Contributor, 

Widow 

Contributor 

u 
u 
it 

Widow 

Contributor. 

Children 

Widow 

Contributor. 
Widow 

Contributor. 
Widow 

Contributor. 
Widow 

Contributor. 
Widow 

Contributor. 

Widow 

Contributor. 

Widow 

Contributor. 

u 

Widow 

Contributor. 

M 
W 

U 
U 

Widow 

Contributor, 

C'hildren 

Contributor, 
Widow 

ContribttUH*. 
Widow 



t cts. 
93.3 75 

1..533 33 
366 66 
348 33 
419 69 
536 67 
439 37 
102 92 
148 75 

2,291 67 
157 50 

2,479 13 
323 75 

1,250 00 

1..380 75 
213 33 

1.120 00 
200 00 

1,437 93 
358 75 

1 1 56o oo 
559 16 
90 00 
.562 50 
769 16 
100 00 

2.561 67 

1,685 83 
6.53 33 
812 50 

1.026 67 
690 00 

1,715 94 
900 00 
864 18 
566 67 

1.039 16 
240 00 

1.796 08 

1.012 60 
340 42 
140 83 

1,306 00 
431 66 
393 n 

1.163 60 

l.OSSSS 
656 25 
840 00 
449 17 
533 75 

1,000 00 
301 3S 
S30 00 
ISSSS 
735 00 

44.850 30 



92 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



Withdrawal AUowancea paid to Contributors or Dependents of Deceased Employees during the fiscal 

year ended March 31, 1928 



Name of contributor 



Department 



To whom paid 



Amount 
paid 



Archibald, Caroline P.. 

Atto, A.J 

Barrett, Eida 

Bartlam, Rose 

Belanger, C. E 

Bosse, J. F. X 

Bourgault, M 

Bowers, A. A 

Casey, L. M. G 

Chapman, M. L 

Chenier, J 

Clarke, Wm. McL 

Coade. H. A 

Cot6, J. N 

Cottrell, Z. M 

Courtenay, R. R 

Couture. C. H 

Cowie, I 

CuUen, M 

Delisle, R 

Desjardins, L. E 

Deserres, G 

Dosormeauz, P. H 

Dionne, C 

Dionne, M. J. H 

Donaldson, M. D 

Dorval, L 

Dryburgh, M. A 

Edward, H. B 

Elson, O. K 

Elworthy, R. T 

Ferguson, Alex 

Fogarty, T. M. M 

Fontaine, E. C 

Fotheringham, M 

Foumier, M.J 

Galarncau, V 

Gavanl, M. G 

Gibson, E 

Gilhooly, Lena 

Gillespie, R. A 

Godbout, C 

Gordon, M. A 

Grain, D. E 

Gray, Alex 

Greer, E. M 

Guest. C. H 

Hacker, A. H 

Hanright, E. B 

Hazelton, G. B 

Hobart, iS. W 

Hollington. P. L 

Horwitz, M 

Hotchkiss, C. P 

IngIis,V.B 

Jackson, F. J 

Johnston, C. F. W 

Kennedy, R. E 

Kynorh, Wm 

Lafranih>oii<e, O 

Lapointe, B 

Laurin, M. H 

Lavigne, J 

Lawe, R. A 

Lothian, D. E 

Mackay, J 

Martin. C. D 

Maunder, E. M 

M6tivicr. E 



Agriculture 

Post Office 

Civil Service Commission.. 

Post Office 

National Defence 

Indian Affairs 

Agriculture 

Secretary of State 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Archives 

Trade and Commerce 

Marine and Fisheries 

Marine and Fisheries 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Trade and Commerce 

Marine and Fisheries 

Public Works 

Railways and Canals 

Pub. Ptg. and Sty 

Post Office 

Mines 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Agriculture 

Post Office 

Marine and J'isheries 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Mines 

Railways and C'anals 

National Revenue 

Interior 

Post Office 

Trade and Commerce 

National Defence 

Immigration and Colonization 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Secretary of State 

National Revenue 

Immigration and Colonization 

Public Works 

National Revenue 

Auditor General 

Trade and Commerce 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals 

Trade and Commerce 

Mines 

Railwavs and Canals 

Post Office 

Agriculture 

Immigration and Colonization 

Interior 

Public Works 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Archives 

Interior 

Immigration and Colonization 

Marine and Fisheries 

National Revenue 

S.C. R 

Post Office 



Contributor 
« 

« 

M 

Sister 

Contributor 

u 

Mother 

Contributor 

Daughter. . . 
Contributor 

« 

« 
« 
« 
« 
« 

(I 
u 
u 
« 

M 

u 
<l 
« 

Father 

Contributor 



t cts. 

506 66 

105 55 

218 38 

177 18 

484 K.'J 

382 2!) 

39 90 

9 00 

949 Iti 

86 75 

270 01 

1,4(>5 Oi 

857 70 

502 72 

81 32 

643 77 

401 91 

78S .39 

:V2 tit) 

91« 4'} 

586 37 

920 36 

388 88 

1.770 34 

240 13 

75 80 

584 85 

949 .50 

1 , 286 55 

1,395 01 

1,477 .50 

2,936 11 

70 17 

.505 26 

114 49 

160 57 

502 61 

103 38 

1.209 96 

396 57 

987 06 

307 09 

37 99 

113 .56 

1.613 14 

36 II 

1,544 .54 

483 40 

727 C,2 

i,o:.' '■<■ 
3.ti?; ::' 

.".I.". Is 

ti:' 1! 

1.2;i4 M', 

1.46K 71 
934 .5,s 
657 20 
515 20 

1..59S 30 

170 40 

431 98 

1.52 91 

.52 42 

24 87 

1..320 54 
I.S2 01 

2.140 94 
53.3 68 

1,348 22 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 10 — Continued 



93 



Withdrawal Allowances paid to Contributors or Dependents of Deceased Employees during tbe fiscal 

year ended March 31. 192»— Concluded 



Name ol Contributor 



Department 



To whom paid 



Amount 
paid 



MoreU.J.H 

Moyle, S. C 

Murphy. C. U 

Mc{7onnell. C. A. . . . 

MrKensie, S. G 

McLeod. I. C 

McWhirter. H. C... 

Oakley. H.M 

Otis, Alphee 

O'Toole. Rosebud.. 

Parkin, Chas 

Pincombe, C. A 

Pugslev, F. C 

Rattey, M. E 

Richards, T.B 

Rolston, E. G 

Rough3«Klge. J. H. . . 

Ruth. E. M 

Scott. F 

Simon, E. G 

Soulard, M. E. A.... 

Stewart, Mary 

Switzer. H. S 

Thomas, C. T 

Thomas, E. A 

Ward. M. R. E 

Widdifield, L. v.... 

Wood.B.M 

Wright, E. A 



National Defence 

S.C. R 

Mines 

Indian Affairs 

Interior 

Marine and Fisheries. 
Nat ional Revenue. . . , 

Public Works 

Marine and Fisheries. 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 



Trade and Commerce 

Railways and Canals 

Post Office 

Marine and Fisheries 

Post Office 

Immigration and Colonization 

Public Works 

Trade and Commerce 

Post Office 

Agriculture 

Marine and Fisheries 

Public Works 

Mines 

S.C.R 

Civil Service Commission... 
Interior 



Contributor 
it 

« 

u 
c< 
ti 

Brother 

CoDtribotor 



S etc 

1.231 »7 
292 25 

51 73 
694 22 
125 00 
315 19 
480 00 
127 92 
385 80 

86 00 
591 76 
561 48 
926 52 
106 00 
463 05 

831 n 

161 30 

26 00 
382 11 
493 80 

14 81 

1.074 01 

879 44 

152 97 

1.014 30 

59 06 
486 34 
720 38 

90 90 



61.377 31 



Total amount paid as Annuities to Contributors $ 285, 759 40 

Total amount paid as Annuities to Dependents 100, 375 75 

Total amount paid as Gratuities 44,850 26 

Total amount paid as Withdrawals 61,377 31 

Total Superannuation Fund No. 5 $ 492.362 72 



94 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 
Civil Servants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under jiart I 
of the Superannuation and Retirement Act 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



Amount 

paid 

during 

1927-28 



Adams, Jessie L 

Aikens, Sarah 

Allen, Jennie 

Anderson, Dorothea S. 
Anderson, Elizabeth... 



Archambault, Marie L. 

Ardouin, Clara 

Arland, Mary Jane 

Armstrong, Dora 

Ash ton, Lucy Ann 

Atcheson, Ada 

Atkins, Martha J 

Atwood, Julia 

Aumond, Leda P 

Aumond, Mary Eliz 

Austin, Clara 

Austin, Mary J 

Avery, Margaret 

Bacon, Ellen F 

Balcom, May Jane 

Barber, Charlotte V 

Barber, Elizabeth 

Barber, Jane E 

Bare, Catherim- 

Barker, Annie L 

Barnett, Laura 

•Bamstead, Elizabeth., 

Barrett, Annie 

•Barrett, Lenore F 

Bartlett, Ida L 

Barton, Julia E 

Bartram, Janot 

Bascom, Elizabeth A.., 

Bate, Beatrice N 

Battle, Rachel Eliz 

Bayard, Annie E 

Beatty, Margaret L 

Beaucnesne, Caroline. . . 
Beaudoin, Philomene. . . 

Beaulieu, Rose Alba 

Beckwith, Cordelia R. , 

BeLair, Victoria L 

Bellcau, Elise L 

Bellivcau, Genevieve. . . 

Belton, Margaret K 

Belyea. Maria L 

Bennett, Katherine E. . 

Boinett. Mary Alice 

Benaetta, Minnie 

Bendw, Eva Alma 

Benson, Alice Maud .... 

Berney, EUsabeth 

Binkle, Charlotte H. . . . 

Bill. Margaret A 

Billings, Charlotte E... 

BiJodeau, Rebecca 

Blair, Rebecca 

Blais. Ehtire B 

Bkuney, Marion J 

Blanehard. Isabella M. . 

•Blanchet, Mary A 

Blethen, Clara Belle. . . . 



J. F. Adams 

Wm. Aikens 

Horace Allen 

Wm. P. Anderson. 
Andrew Anderson. 



Alfred Archambault 

G.G.V. Ardouin 

Wm. Hy. Arland 

B. M. Armstrong 

\lfred E. Ashton 

A. Atcheson 

Wm. Atkins 

W.W. Atwood 

Telmond Aumond 

Wm. Hy. Aumond 

T. B.S.Austin 

Wm. A. Austin 

Wm. R. Avery 

Thoa. Bacon 

J. H. Balcom 

Edward C. Barber 

Ben. F. Barber 

John S. Barber 

A. Bare 

R. W. Barker 

John Barnett 

Edward H. Barnstead. . . 

Jas. Barrett 

D. A. Barrett 

J. H. Bartlett 

W. H.Barton 

los. Thos. Bartram 

Benj. Bascom 

Chas. W. C. Bate 

John Battle 

Gilbert A. Bayard 

W.J. Beatty 

P. C. Be-iuchesne 

Jos. Beaudoin 

Arthur H. Beaulieu 

Robert Nelson Beckwith. 

A. P. Belair 

Narcisse L. S. Belleau . . . 

A. H. Belliveaa 

F. S. Belton 

Theodore H. Belyea 

Fred G. Bennett 

John Bennett 

Francis K. Bennetts 

Hiram Bender 

Martin Benson 

Thos. Berney 

John W. Bickle 

Caleb R.Bill 

Braddish Billings 

E<lmond Bilodeau 

Williiim T^lair 

J. C. Blais. 



Geonce F. Blarney 

Wm. M. K. Blanehard. . . 

Lodger Blanchet 

Chas. W. Blethen 



National Revenue 

Railways and Canals.. 

Post Office 

Marine and Fisheries.. 
Immigration and Colon- 
ization. 

Archives 

Labour 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Defence 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Secretary of State 

National Defence 

Post Office 

Indian Affairs 

Post Office 

National Defence 

Finance 

Auditor General's Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Railwavs and Canals 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Finance 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Acxiculture 

Xational Revenue. 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Interior 

Print inc: and Stationery. 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Marine and Fisheries.... 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Finance 

Privy Council 

National Revenue 

Indian Affairs 

Post Office 

Interior 

National Revenue 

Interior 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Public Works 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 



200 28 
72 66 
60 00 

700 00 
83 13 

168 28 
346 50 
315 00 
720 22 
158 34 
173 25 
333 68 
140 00 
208 12 
330 31 
120 00 
126 00 
262 50 
126 00 
332 50 
306 24 
134 75 
225 48 

46 62 
455 00 
168 75 

60 00 
280 00 
362 64 
156 00 

46 46 
245 00 
132 00 
500 72 
131 75 
266 73 
375 88 
175 00 

70 58 

85 00 
217 50 
139 38 

69 79 
301 60 
212 50 
392 19 
472 24 
164 33 
676 40 
112 98 
438 96 
204 14 
219 19 
101 85 

55 00 

185 84 

186 00 
111 10 
179 63 

86 25 
261 04 
294 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 96 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 
CiML Servants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 — Continued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act — Continued 



Widow 



•Blizard, Amelia H... 
Boivin, Josephine V. . . 
Boneberg, Caroline D. 

Bonnick, Sarah C 

Bottert'll, Annie 

Botterell, Mary L 

Boulanger, Caroline. . . 

Boulet, Blanche T 

Bourinot, Isabelle 

Bourret, Alesandrina. , 

Bourret, Sara D 

Bown, Eliza P 

Boyle, Mary Agnes 

Bradlej', Margaret 

Brennan, Elizabeth 

Brennan, Jessie 

Brennan, Margaret F. . 

Brenot, Delphine 

Briggs. Johanna 

Brittain, Dora Joyce.. 

Brittain. Ellen W 

Brophy, Elizabeth M. 

•Browne, Martha 

Browne, Sarah Alice. . 

Buist, Amelia E 

Bunel, Isabel E 

Bunting, Jane 

Burke, Bridget 

Byera. Mary Agnes 

Byrnes, Honoraii 

•Byshe, Sarah Ann 

Cairns, Annie 

Cairns, Minnie Elis 

Cameron, Lucy O 

Campbell, Constance. . 

Campbell, Marie E 

Campeau, M. Adeline. 

Carleton, Isabella 

Carleton, Julia 

Carroll, Maria 

Carter, Amv J. T 

Carter, Bella Phebe. . . 

Caaault, Esther A 

Cugrain, Catherine. . . 

Caasells, Emma 

Chadd, Ida 

Chalmers, Elizabeth.. 
Chesley, Mar>' Stuart. 

Chilton, Jemima 

Clappiflon, Mary 

ClarK, Amelia £ 

Clark, Bertha 

Clarke, Mar^ret M . . . 

Clarkin, Annie 

Claude, Rachel A 

CIpyton, Clara M 

Clewes, Charlotte E. . 

Clinch, Eleanor T 

Coborn, Florence H... 
Codd, Katherine F. . . . 

Code, Helen C 

Coffin, Jessie May 



Contributor 



F. W. Blizard 

Charles A. Boivin 

E. W, Boneberg 

Wm. Bonnick 

Hy. A. Botterell 

Ed^-ard Botterell 

Arthur Boulanger 

.\lbert Boulet 

Sir John G. Bourinot. . 
Hormidas A. Bourret. 

E. A. Bourret 

T. S. Bown 

Patrick Boyle 

Casper W. Bradley. . . . 

John Brennan 

Thos. Brennan 

Pat. F. Brennan 

Honore Brenot 

John Briggs 

Alfred Brittain 

Joseph Brittain 

Geo. P. Brophy 

David Browne 

Alfred Browne 

Andrew Buist 

Edmond L. Bunel 

Chas. E. Bunting 

Timothy Burke 

Henry Byers 

John Byrnes 

F. R. Byshe 

Wm. Cairns 

Thos. A. Cairns 

Donald M. Cameron.. 

J. M.Campbell 

John Campbell 

F. R. E. Campeau. . . . 

John Carleton 

Robert Carleton 

Daniel Carroll 

Chas, H. Carter 

James Carter 

Louis J. Casaolt 

H. Casgrain 

Robert Cassella 

Geo. J. Chadd 

Robert Chalmers 

H. N. P. Chesley 

J. P. Chilton 

Thos. Clappison 

Jas. A. Clark 

Jas. S.Clark 

Patrick Clark 

JohnT. Clarkin 

Benjamin Claude 

Frank Clavton 

John R. Clewes 

C. Clinch 

Alex. H.J. Cobon.... 

H.J. Codd 

Thoe. J. Code 

Frederick Coffin 



Department 



Post Office 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 

Post Office 

House of Commons 

House of Commons 

Public Works 

Post Office 

House of Commons 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Public Works 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Trade and Commerce.. 

Indian AfTairs 

Houtic of Commons. . . . 

Post Office 

National Revenne 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Senate 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 

Port Office 

Librarv of Parliament. 

Agriculture 

Ju.'rt.ice 

National Revenue 

Mines 

National Defence 

Port Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Port Office 

Port Office 

Port Office 

Marine and Fisheriet... 

Interior 

Port Office 

Natkknal Rerenoe 

Port Office 

Naticmal R«yeniie 

Trade and CommMce. . 
Finance 



Annual 
Allowance 



158 40 
160 00 

27 95 
260 07 
101 46 
420 00 

40 38 
280 00 
561 00 
262 50 
175 00 
182 03 

157 40 
78 43 

329 00 
115 38 

158 18 
222 28 
240 00 

56 00 
96 95 

525 00 

104 12 
210 00 

57 00 
154 11 

72 00 
365 2.5 
294 97 
509 62 
132 00 
461 44 
437 50 
380 00 
845 00 

88 08 
503 61 
280 00 
156 75 
257 38 

76 50 
210 00 
210 00 
288 00 
353 00 

33 00 
308 83 
400 00 
180 93 
380 00 
158 97 
189 00 

90 00 

105 33 
70 00 

370 00 

ftseo 

MOO 
338 00 
144 07 
748 86 
344 14 



Amount 

paid 

during 

1927-28 



I cts. 

110 09 
154 18 

26 83 
2.50 64 

97 73 
404 83 

38 56 
269 86 
540 74 
252 96 
108 64 
160 19 

151 63 
•W 94 

317 04 

111 15 

152 44 
214 21 
231 33 

53 90 
93 34 

506 04 
52 46 

302 41 

54 94 
148 51 

69 40 
351 87 
284 30 
491 12 

44 90 
444 73 
421 60 
369 85 
236 07 

84 89 
485 33 
369 85 
151 06 
347 08 

78 67 

303 41 
203 41 
377 00 
SS9SS 

301 36 
473 38 
180 00 
300 85 
188 14 
183 17 

86 75 
101 S3 

07 43 
368 «3 

58 66 

88 fO 
339ie 
188 80 
731 76 
831 61 



96 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 
Civil Servants Widows Annuitibs Act, 1927 — Continued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act — Continued 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



Amount 

paid 

during 

1927-28 



Cold well, Emily Mary.... 

Colett*. Rosalie 

Collier, Ellen E 

CoLson, Elizabeth F 

Connolly, Marsaret 

Corbeil, Serapnine 

Corbett, Sarah G 

Costlpy . Charlotte M 

Cote, Ehnina 

Cote, Julia 

Courtney, Adelaide M. . . . 

Courtney, Mary E. S 

Cousins, Florence J 

Crawford, Elizabeth 

Crawford. Isabella A 

Crocker, Victoria A 

Culhane, Margaret 

CuUis, Ada Eliza 

Culross, Christina 

•CuthbertBon, Isabella 

Dalton, Catherine J 

Dal ton, Margaret J 

Daoust, M. E. L 

D'Auray, Clarisse 

Daveluy, Marie Ann 

Davis, Alice M 

Davis, Flora B 

Davis, Frances Julia 

Davison, l/ucille D 

Dawson, Maria 

DeCelles, Marie E 

Demare, Elva L 

•Deuch, Katherine 

Denneny, Jane 

D'Entrement, Frances 

Dickicson, Harriet 

Dionne, Marie H 

Dixon, Margaret M 

Dobbin, Margaret 

Donaldson, Maiy E 

Dorman, Jane H 

Douglas, Emily 

Doyle, Mary R 

Doyon, F. M 

DnscoU, Sarah A 

Drouillard, Genevieve. . . . 

Drouin, Cedulie 

Dub6, Rose A 

Dub6. Victoire 

Dnfresne, Lucie L 

Dofresne, Mary A 

Dumouchel, Clan 

Dunlop, Sarah 

Donne, Louise P 

Dunnett. Charlotte E 

Dupont-Hebert, C.B 

Edgar, Marnret 

BBMwr, Loobel 

I&iott, Margaret 

Ellis, Agnes 

Ellis, Mary A. A 

Embury, Ida Majr 

Erwin, Rhoda 



Aubrey B. Coldwell. . . 

Jacques Colette 

Cha8. H. Collier 

Frederick Colson 

Peter Connolly 

Jos. Z. Corbeil 

Howard Corbett 

A. Costley 

Pierre M. Cote 

Jos. A. Cote 

J. J. Courtney 

J. M. Courtney 

Hugh T. Cousins 

John Crawford 

S.Crawford 

Wm. Crocker 

Patrick Culhane 

Wm. Cullis 

Charles Culross 

Jas. R. Cuthbertson. . . 

James Dalton 

Robert G. Dalton 

Joseph A. Daoust 

Louis D'Auray 

Georges Daveluy 

John C. Davis 

Rupert G. Davis 

John Davis 

Thos. E. Davison 

Francis Dawson 

A. D. DeCelles 

J. G. Demare 

Thos. Q. Deuch 

Jas. Denneny 

J. A. D'Entrement 

M. G. Dickieson 

Ernest Dionne 

Frederick A. Dixon. . . 

W. L. Dobbin 

J. R. Donaldson 

W. H. Dorman 

Peter B. Douglas 

Jas. J. Doyle 

J. A. Doyon 

James Driscoll 

Albert Drouillard 

Alphonse Drouin 

L.J. A. Dub6 

Lucien Dub6 

F. A. Dufresne 

L. F. Dufresne 

L. A. Dumouchel 

Jas. H. Dunlop 

John P. Dunne 

E. H. Dunnett 

Chas. Dupont-Hebert. 

Wm.Ed^ 

A. E^ner 

James H. Elliott 

Geo. Ellis 

Wm. Ellis 

J. Embury 

Walter Erwin 



National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 
Railways and Canals.. . 

Secretary of State 

House of Commons 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Justice 

Interior 

National Revenue 

Finance 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Marine and Fisheries.. . 

Post Office 

Post Office 

House of Commons. . . . 

Indian Affairs 

Trade and Commerce . 

Agriculture 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Justice 

Interior 

Finance 

Railways and Canals... 
Library of Parliament. 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 

National Revenue 

Finance 

Public Works 

Railways and Canals... 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Interior 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Rjiilways and Canals... 

National Revenue 

Secretary of State 

Secretary of State 

House of Commons. . . . 

Post Office 

Finance 

National Revenue 

Library of Parliament.. 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Poet Office 

Poet Office 

Railways and Canals... 

Post Office 

Marine and Fisheries. .. 



2i6 67 

84 6.3 

82 76 

586 25 

280 00 

532 25 

32 .50 

425 00 

700 00 

660 00 

210 12 

875 00 

208 18 

252 00 

239 95 

204 00 

97 50 

51 75 

88 98 

164 32 

490 00 

297 50 

264 83 

238 77 

72 00 

158 30 
232 00 
490 00 
202 67 

23 21 
943 06 
170 10 
130 00 
116 90 

48 00 
336 00 
196 62 
591 18 
257 54 
257 40 
280 00 
134 18 

139 20 
490 00 

28 25 
2a5 92 
399 00 
236 57 
3.50 00 
185 94 

159 45 
247 14 

140 00 
176 67 
313 06 
272 00 
344 13 
262 50 
105 39 
272 00 
246 50 

51 13 
101 50 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 97 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 
Civil Servants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 — Continued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Acir— Continued 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowanoe 



Amount 

paid 

durinK 

1927-28 



Evans. Kate D 

Fawcett, Myra 

Feamside, Ida J 

Ferguson, Ann E 

Fergusson, Melanie A. 

Firth, Alicia 

Fletcher, Sarah 

Flinn, Margaret 

Foley. Mary E 

Forest, Rose D 

•Fortesque. Emily 

Tortier, Cecile G 

Fortier, Sephronie. . . . 
fFoBter. Annie A 

Toster, Blanche 

poster, Margaret 

Fox. Mary A 

?ranck. I>eda 

Fraser, Angeline 

Fraser. Jennie 

»«er, Mary J 

ehette, Annie H... 
chette, Elizabeth., 
eman, Mary E. . . . 

Triers, Sarah A 

rigon, Leocadie P. . . 

Frost, Martha 

Fulton, Mar>' 

lagnon, Emma 

Jariepy, Marie A 

>arland, Kiitherine. .. 
Garrison, Elizabeth. . 

Gaudin, Agnes 

Claudrv, A. L 

Gerald, Alice M 

Gerald, Elisabeth H.. 

Gerald. Lizzie 

CJill. Eliza A 

CSillie, Mary 

(Jingra.-*. .Marie P 

CJiroux, Mary 

CSiroux, Sophie 

Gleeson, .Anna 

Cicxison. .Mary M 

Cioodeve. ( 'h loe E 

(louin, Adelaide 

(■Jouin, Erilie M 

'• ■ ■ "'.ryE 

('lara 

' Mary 

( irt-ave.-», Marie Z 

Cireenfield, Eliza 

(luerin, .Vurore C 

Hagarty, Henrietta . 

Hiigorman. Alvina V. 

H:.lk." F-«V>el 

Il.ill. 1'.. :. trice 

HiUl, LImcM 

Hamilton. Mary 

Hnrdinir. Ida K 

T" \Uiry 

•1. Florenee. 

li . i.mma J 



Albert H. Evans 

Edgar Fawcett 

H. Feamside 

Wm. Ferguson 

R. C. Fergusson 

Charles M. Firth 

E. H. Fletcher 

Wm. Flinn 

Jas. G. Foley 

Eugene Forest 

Lawrence Fortesque. 

J. O. Fortier 

Theo. Fortier 

Hy. Foster 

Geo. L. Foster 

Alfred Foster 

Thomas Fox 

Raphael Franck 

L. C. Fraser 

L R. Fraser 

John Fraser 

Achille Frechette 

G . Frechette 

N. P. Freeman 

John Friers 

H. M. A. Frigon 

S. L. T. Frost 

Robert Fulton 

S. Ciagnon 

J. B. Gariepy 



N. S. Garland 

W. A. Garrison 

J. Gaudin 

B. T. Gaudry 

A.S.Gerald. 

W.J.Gerald 

W. H. Gerald 

Wm. Hy. Gill 

John (Jillie 

J. F. Gingras 

O.J. Giroux 

Joseph Giroux 

Jas. Gleeson 

Ernest Godson 

W. M. Goodeve 

Jas. A. Gouin 

Chas. Gouin 

T.D.Gould 

F. Gourdeau 

W. H.Grafton 

Walter Cireavea 

J. R. M. Greenfield. 

L. J. (Juerin 

H. B. Hagikrty 

J. G. Hugernian. ... 

J. B. Halkett 

(•has. R. Hall 

Jno. P. Hall 

Andrew Hamilton.. 

F. H. Harding 

ThoH. Harney 

W. H. HarringtoB... 
H. J. Harris 



Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Marine and Fisheries. . 

Post Office 

Poist Office 

Privy Council 

National Revenue 

R. C. M. P 

Nat ional Revenue 

Public Work.s 

National Revenue 

Justice 

Railways and Canals.. 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Auditor General 

Hou.se of Commons. . . 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Po.st Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Nat ional Revenue 

R. C. M. P 

Post Office 

Finjince 

National Revenue 

Maripe and Fisheries. . 

Post Office 

N'nt ional Revenue 

\:i' ional Revenue 

\:i! ional Revenue 

Po.st Office 

Railways and Canals.. 
House of Commons. . . 

\:ii ional Revenue 

!' . t Office 

I ; > ; ! v ' \^ and Canals.. 



.1'^ -• < iM'r.. 

I-i'.n.T 

I'..M Office 

\;u ional Ri-vcnuc 

I'oist Office 

Marine ami Fisheries.. 

Nat ional Revenue 

Post Office 

PoBt Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Marine and Fiaheries.. 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

K:nlway«aad Caanla.. 
M:^rineand FisheriM.. 

.\ at ional ReTenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 



198 59 
168 75 
207 72 
227 50 
256 6.3 

61 63 
693 88 

156 51 
598 12 
301 20 
875 00 
1.32 59 
351 82 
180 00 
2.52 00 
101 06 
262 13 
112 68 
.^34 01 
205 00 
875 00 
488 06 

95 00 

157 60 
191 33 

163 30 
412 77 

66 00 
189 00 

86 00 
266 47 
262 50 
18.5 55 

199 61 
105 00 
875 00 
374 00 
240 00 

88 89 
289 00 
245 00 
140 39 

48 24 

164 «7 
430 21 
700 00 
210 00 
217 00 
700 00 
224 00 
366 26 
&03 18 
198 84 

270 60 
186 94 
476 88 
189 00 

271 01 
122 40 
315 00 
363 50 
616 88 

83 30 



$ eta. 

191 31 
162 62 
200 21 
219 18 
247 29 

36 40 
668 78 

150 82 
576 48 
290 33 

67 18 
127 69 
.^39 01 

23 50 
241 90 

97 39 
2.52 61 

89 51 
321 90 
197 56 
843 30 

183 01 
91 49 

151 75 

184 .39 
1.57 30 
397 77 

63 61 
182 17 

19 17 
356 78 
353 96 
178 83 

192 3S 
ini '>o 



168 •» 

nan 

674 66 
203 41 
191 0« 
674 6s 
315 8s 
353 0| 
571 71 
191 65 

360 8} 
180 0b 
459 6$ 
183 17 

361 Ir 
117 98 
308 6« 
353 9a 
594 8) 

81 9t 



69382—7 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 

Civil Servants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 — CorUinued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act — Continued 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



Amount 

paid 

during 

1927-28 



Harron, M. E 

Hassard, Eva F 

Haaiard, Annie W 

Hatch, Caroline 

Hayes, Emily C 

•Hayter, Emily 

Heath, Christina 

Henderson, Charlotte A. . . 

Henry, Jane 

Herst, Dinah 

Hicks, Lessie A 

Hill, Almina A 

Hilton, Frances P 

Hiscott, Frances S 

Hobbs, Agnes 

Holder, LillieJ 

Howe, Margaret C 

Hojrt, Rebecca A 

Hudson, Kate A 

Hunt, Bessie 

Hurley, Annie 

Hyatt, Mary E 

Hyslop, Henrietta I 

Ironside, Caroline 

James, Sophia 

Jarvis, Ethel C 

Jenkins, Susan J 

Jessop, Mary S 

Johnson, Christina 

Johnstone, Jane L 

Joule, Ellen 

Keating, I^ura M 

Keeler, Eliza A 

Keith, CJeorgie 

Kelly, Margaret 

Kennedy, Maude A 

Keyes, Helen 

King, Augusta F 

Kinloch, Emily G 

Klotz, Marie C 

Knauff, Henrietta 

Kreps, Rose Ann 

Lacasse, Lioza M 

Lalontaine, Eugenic 

Lairamboise, Alphonsine... 

Laince, Melvina 

LaUy, Annie 

Lambe, Mabel M 

Laporte, Clara L 

Larochelle, Flora 

Larue, Marie E. C 

Latourhe, Anna 

Laurin, Marie E 

Lawlor, Elizabeth 

Leblanc, Asilda 

Lee, Frances A. R 

Lee, Sarah Ann 

L^ebvre, Alphonsine 

Legendre, Letitia 

Lcggeit, Mary A 

Lelacheur, Sarah J 

Lemieuz, Emma E 

Lemieux, J. A 



R. J. Harron 

Richard Hassard 

T. W. D. Haszard.... 

Walter Hatch 

Edwin C. Hayes 

Ben. Hayter 

Daniel Heath 

James Henderson 

J. R. Henry 

Samuel Herst 

Amos Hicks 

Arthur M. Hill 

Geo. W. Hilton 

Wm. C. Hiscott 

G. N. Hobbs 

Geo. W. Holder 

G.J. Howe 

J. W. Hoyt 

A. B. Hudson 

Geo. A. Hunt 

Robert Hurley 

F. F. Hyatt 

Sam. N. Hyslop 

Geo. A. Ironside 

W, H. James 

E. F. Jarvis 

Geo. Jenkins 

W. G. Jessop 

Jos. Johnson 

Geo. E. Johnstone 

A. J. Joule 

M. E. Keating 

Geo. S. Keeler 

Jas. T. Keith 

MathewD. Kelly 

Robert D. Kennedy. . 

James Keyes 

Wm. F. King 

Henry Kinloch 

Otto J. Klotz 

Henry Knauff 

Wm. H. Kreps 

Louis T. Lacasse 

A. M. Lafontaine 

L. J. M. Laframboisp. 
Philippe Lagan 
P.J.Lally 

L. M. Lambe 

Geo. Laporte 

Norbert Larochelle. . . 

E. P. Lame 

A. Latouche. 

A. Laurin 

R. A. Lawlor 

Pierre Leblanc 

H.P.Lee 

Ed. Lee 

G. Lefebvre. 

J. B. Z. Legend n 

John £. Lesgett 

C. P. Lelacheur 

E. E. Lemieux 

G. Lemieux 



Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Interior 

Auditor General 

Indian Affairs 

Railways and Canals... . 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue , 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

House of Commons 

Railways and Canals 

National Revenue 

Auditor General 

Post Office 

Railways and Canals... . 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Defence 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Offico 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Marine and Fisheries 

National Revenue 

Rail^^-ays and Canals 

Interior 

Interior 

Interior 

Post Offico 

Post Office 

Interior 

National Defence 

House of Commons 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Mines 

National Revenue 

Printing and Stationery, 

National Revenue 

Nal ional Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... . 

Post Office 

Nationiil li'\ <niir 

Post Ofii(.' 

I'ost Office 

Hallways and Canals... . 

Nat ional Revenue 

National Defence 

Interior 



13.5 82 
397 45 
245 00 

94 88 
472 50 
178 50 

32 25 

458 88 

57 19 

72 00 
396 67 

173 33 

147 72 
282 66 

178 63 
175 00 

148 28 
216 00 
400 00 
211 61 
103 34 
450 86 

73 50 
194 25 

69 00 
758 33 
141 63 
i84 40 
315 00 

143 .52 

95 00 

174 86 

144 14 
315 00 

173 33 
315 00 

41 76 
666 11 

154 24 
865 97 

179 61 
280 00 
no 00 

155 91 
560 97 

84 00 
168 71 
594 13 
204 00 
287 35 
245 00 
202 92 
202 67 
105 00 

88 55 

174 66 
251 81 
255 21 
198 00 
140 00 

42 00 
502 «7 
282 78 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 99 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 
Civil Servants Widowb Annuities Act, 1927 — Continued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Actr— Continued 



^^"i^^ow 



I^page, Alphonsine. . . 

Leslio, Margaret 

Losurur, Loitie A 

Letson. Lucretia M.. . 

I.( vaj.seur, P. V 

I.tuis, Evelyn C 

Lewis, Mary 

Little, Chria-tina M... 

Lord, Margaret 

Loscy, Suiian 

Louckp, Cecilia 

Lowe, Ella 

•Lowe, Flora 

liOwry. Sarah E. M. . 

Ixjyer, Eglophire 

Lynch, Charlotte M.. 

Lyons. Helen 

Maiarow, Mary E. . . . 

Macauhy, Marj- E 

Macdorutld. Annie. . . . 
Macdonald, Clara A.. 
Macdonald, Isabella.. 
Mactlonell, Ada M.... 
Ma''f;irlan«'. Margaret. 
NT ' '•THceA.. 

^! ;/.. Susan. 

M . , Annie C. 

Marphtrson, Ellen 

Marra<>, Rachel A. . . . 

Madort-, Marie H 

M.hIkjh, Mary 

Maingy, Ann Maria... 
Malepiirt, Elizal>eth. . 

Mankey. Mary W 

Marcntette, Susan. . . . 

M'-v . Emily E 

\Iati|u«'tte. Elia. J 

Martin, Antoinette.... 

Martin, Xora E 

Martincau. Marie H... 

Matheson, Agnes 

Matthews. Mnri<* E. . . 

M • -• ■ A... 

M 

M. no... 

Mill«r, Agiuft li 

Miller. Matilda 

Milligitn, I>cna P 

Millikcn, Hessie 

Mo«T.vhf<'lder, Jane. . . 

Moffatt, Elii. Ann 

Momighan, Minnie.. 

Monkinan. Eliz. £ 

Morin. .Mi'-e R 

Morin, Marie 

Muriay, Flora 

Mc.\d<H>, Annie 

McAllister, Mar>' 

McBeath. LowJlE... 
McCarthy, Mary L. . . 
McCloskey, Bridget.. 

Mc( "ord, Hariine 

McCoy, Anna C' 



Ccmtributor 



Victor Lepage 

John Leslie 

Chas. P. Lesueur 

E. E. Letson 

Naa. LevBsseur 

R. A. Lewis 

J. H. Lewis 

H. R. Little 

A. Lord 

T. Losey 

H. H. Loucks 

W. H. Lowe 

Geo. Lowe 

John Lowry 

F. Loyer 

Walter Lynch 

Jno. M. Lyons 

P. H. Macarow 

D. D. Macauley 

C. J. Macdonald 

A. B. Macdonald 

Dugald Macdonald. . . 

H. P. Macdonell 

Thos. Macfarlane 

Arch. Mackenzie 

Alex. D. Marlcod... 

John Macpherson 

Wm. Macpherson 

Jas. A. Macrae 

J. A. Madore 

Martin J. Mahon 

L. A. Maingy 

Geo. S. Malepnrt 

Wm . J. Mankey 

Alex. Marentette 

John Marks 

L. F. Marquette 

R. P. Martin 

C.W.Martin 

F. R. Martineau 

John Matheson 

Geo. Matthews 

John Matthews 

G. M. Mav 

Charles Medlow 

Hy.J. MiUer 

Robt. S. MUler 

W.G. Milligan 

Edwin Millikcn 

Jacob Moerwhfelder. 

Thos. P. Moffatt 

John Monaghan 

A. H. Monkman 

.\. E. Morin 

Jules Murin 

Alex. Murray 

R.J. McAdoo 

Daniel McAllister 

Allan McBeath 

Dennis F. McCarthy. 

1. R. McCloskey 

F. A. McCord 

Wm. McOy 



Department 



Public Works 

Justice 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Interior 

Trade and Commerce.. 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Marine and Fisheries. . . 

National Revenue 

House of Commons 

National Revenue 

Finance 

National Revenue 

Interior 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

House of Commons 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Nat ional Revenue 

National Defence 

Post Office 

Indian Affairs 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Justice 

Post Office 

Trade and C-ommerce.. 

Finance 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Finance 

N :' !^ venue 

N 



Annual 
Allowaaee 



\cnue. 
State. 



I 

r 

lust Uiii" '■ 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

IndiaD Affairs. 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Marine and Fisheries.. 

Post Ofies 

NaUoBiJ Rariwa 

National Revc 
N' ■ 



r 

NatKiiini iivVMUM... 

Hoose of Commoos. 
NatioHkl RerviuM. . , 



116 00 
491 4« 
437 50 
60 00 
228 47 
344 33 
SI 3 62 
129 50 
388 64 
122 31 
176 00 
101 85 
427 30 

87 00 
325 65 
116 00 
403 00 
315 00 
187 20 
312 00 
363 00 
225 00 

296 44 
315 00 
238 00 
140 19 
375 00 
315 00 

297 50 
315 00 
367 50 
447 71 
525 48 
i46 56 
149 85 

69 00 
2a3 72 
212 38 
.302 17 
206 00 

91 60 
126 04 

i» 25 
162 00 

05 00 

70 00 
247 48 
4.^8 03 
237 50 
415 92 
1.11 64 
168 00 
116 73 
388 17 
IIS 58 
333 33 
l<8M 

88 00 
133 00 
380 00 
108 01 
418 35 
223 08 



Amount 

paid 

durinR 

1927^ 



I cts. 

Ill 73 

473 65 

29 39 

57 83 

90 07 
331 57 
495 OS 
120 44 
.374 53 
117 86 
1.S4 90 

98 08 

343 03 

83 85 

313 80 
111 73 
3.54 82 
.308 83 

180 44 
300 73 
.349 89 
216 87 
285 09 
.303 63 
229 36 
135 00 
.361 45 

303 83 
388 78 
.103 62 
3.54 17 
431 43 
506 50 
i4i 33 
144 3» 

68 5D 
198 8S 

304 81 
391 24 
300 45 

88 35 
131 45 

53 60 
158 15 

91 49 
61 80 

338 50 
441 38 
310 18 

400 00 
148 08 

181 OS 
113 43 
377 71 
100 41 

314 00 
148 38 

50 14 
137 33 
380 86 
100 85 

401 13 
314 00 



69312-7) 



100 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 
Civil Servants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 — Continued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act — Continued 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



John McDonald 

Dan McDonald 

Jas. J. McDonald 

J. F. McDonald 

John L. McDouiB3ill. . . 
M. P. McElhinnoy. . . 
Jas. D. C McFarlane. 

John Jos. McGee 

D. B. McGie 

Arthur McGinnia 

John MeOirr 

Horace McGuire 

J. L. McInniB 

C. C. Mclntyre 

Hiram McKay 



McDonald, Catherine. 

McDonald, Jessie A 

McDonald, Johanna. . . 
McDonald. Mary C. ... 
*McDouKitll, Marion E 

McElhinne>-, E. F 

McFarlane, Katherine. 

McGee, Elij»beth 

McGie. GlaraE 

McGinnis, Jane A 

McGirr, Jane 

McGuire, Etna 

Mclnnis. Emma 

Mclntyre. Lizzie 

McKay, Annie E 

McKay, Ellen James McKay 

McKay, Frances Jane Samuel McKay 

McKcnna, (".A W. G. McKenna 

McKenna, Mary J. A. J. McKenna. 

W.J. McKcnna ... 

C. J. McKenzie. . . 

C.E. McKiel 

A. Mcl,ennan 

W. W. xMcI^od... 

W. J. R. McMinn. 

H.J. McMuUan... 

M. McNainant 

T. B. McQuarrie. 

Frank Nelnon 

Robert Nelson 

J. Jas. Nevens 

W.J. Newall 

W. A. New some.. 

James Nicholson. 

W. H. Noble 

A. A. Norcro.ss... 
Jas. G. Norris. . . . 

B. M. Northrop.. 
Jas. P. Nutting. . . 

J. F. O'Brien 

Henry Odcll 

Fninci.s O'Dowd . 
Robert O'Farrell. 
E. J. OFlaherty.. 

B. O'Learv 

J. T. O'Loane 

W. A. Orr 

E. H. Ouellette... 

A. W.Owen 

("has. Panet 

E. T.Paquet 

W. A. Park 

Wm. Parker 

W. J. Parkhill 

G. M. Patrick 

T. ('. Pattern... 

M. Pelleticr 

L. C. Pereira 

H.C.Perry 

W. B. Phair. 



McKenna, Mary S 

•McKenzie, Sarah E. . 

McKiel, Mary O 

McLennan. E. A 

McLeod. M.E 

McMinn, Caroline 

McMuUan, Dorothy. . . 
McNamara, Gertrude. 
McQuarrie, Catherine., 

Nelson, Ermina 

Nelson, Jessie 

Nevens, Alice M 

Newall, Mary E 

Newsome, Charlotte. . 
Nichol.son. GcorRina... 

Noble, Margaret 

Norcro.>4.s, Mary L 

Norri.»<, Ciertrude 

Northrop. Manila 

Nutting. Claire 

O'Brien. Harriet 

Odell. Elizabeth L 

O'Dowd. M. A 

O'Farrcll, Margaret 

OFbtherty. M. A 

O'Leary, Johanna 

O'Loane, Teresa E 

Orr, Lizzie L 

Ouellette, Marie L 

Owen, Keziah 

Panel, Euphemie E 

Paquet. Marie E 

Park, Edith 

Parker. Winnifred 

Parkhill, Ida L 

I*atrick. Mary 

Patteson. Marie 

Pellet jer, Josephine 

Pereim. Lizzie 

Perr>*. .^arnh 

Phair. Mau<l 

Philibert, Emma 

Phillips, Mabel 

Phillipfl, Maria 



Justice 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Auditor General 

Marine and Fisheries.. 

Post Office 

Privy Council 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Indian Affairs 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Finance 

Indian Affairs 

Naiionul Revenue 

Nat ional Revenue 

Post Office 

Indian Affairs 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

PcKst Office 

Finance 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Interior 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Railwavs and Canals.. 

Post Office 

Marine and Fisheries. . 

Po.st Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Trade and Commerce. 

National Revenue 

Nat ional Revenue 

Post Office 

Nat ionul Revenue 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 

Po.st Office 

Indian Affairs 

Po.>*t Office 

Marine and Fisheries. . , 

Hou.se of Conunons 

Post Office 

Nat ional Revenue , 

Post Office 

Nationjil Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Port Office 

Interior 

National Rev«>nue 

Post Office 

Post Office 



E. Philibert 

R. B. H. Phillips iPost Office 

W. R. PhUlips iPublic Works 



240 00 
•162 00 

46.56 
zm 00 
540 00 
247 72 
149 44 
.500 00 

70 00 
236 41 
.367 .50 
549 61 

72 25 
186 00 
471 43 
118 71 

40 80 

fi.3 00 
.390 00 
411 .55 
456 92 

241 87 

189 00 
485 63 
112 00 
183 21 
149 19 

12 31 
•■^04 00 
232 .30 
131 44 
60 00 
145 83 
114 56 
183 85 
377 40 
315 00 
703 94 
236 13 
380 69 
78 90 
238 00 
66 00 
80 50 
49 67 
270 67 
.585 76 
245 00 
349 42 
174 65 
404 67 
294 00 
210 00 
164 14 
110 82 
580 00 

190 72 
490 00 

21 00 
198 00 
2.32 00 
27S 78 

88 38 



rUBLIC ACCOUNTS 101 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 
Civil Servants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 — Continued 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of the Superannuation and Retirement Act — Continued 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



Amount 

pakl 

<iurinfc 

1927-28 



Pirrie, Lillian 

Plumb, Josephine 

Plummer, G. M 

Plunkett, Ada 

Plunkett, Mary 

Polkinirhorno, Margaret. 

Pope, Ethel wyn 

Pothier, Jean 

Powell, Catherine 

Priee, AnK<'line 

Prout, Mary 

Quain, Ellen 

Quesnel, 5H>phie 

Quinlan. Julia 

Quinn, Catherine 

Ranahan, Mar\- 

Rand, Mary H 

Reinhardt. MarRaret.... 

Renaud, Mathikle 

Rennie, Helen B 

Reynolds, Elizabeth... . 

Ritldell, Annie 

Rigby, Martha 

Robertson, Annie 

Robertson, (Catherine. . . 

Robidoux, Ellen 

Robin»en, Sophie 

Rogers, Su.sar.nah 

Rondeau, Aglae 

Rooncy, Marv 

Roper, EllaM 

Rorison, Elizabeth 

Ross, Ada 

I{oss, Bella J 

Hos-. R.h.rra 

•H(.~<. S:.rali 
J{oul'':iu, ,Io-rpliini- 

Rourke, Elizabeth 

Rousseau. Caroline . . 

Roy, Elizabeth 

Roy, Fabiola 

Sandall, Mary A 

-holfield, Mary C 

holfield, Sarah 

iSohreiber, ,Julia 

Ucott, P^lizabeth 

Shanaey. Jane F 

^haw, Elizabeth 

tiaw, Ixjuisa 

impeon, Jenny 

-liittery, Elisabeth 

I»>an, Eliza 

Moan, CaasieE 

Smith, Agne0 

Smith, Akoos B 

"^mith, Emily A 

iiiith, Jennie F 

'• r, Eliza 

nan, Annie 

ith, Dorothy 

~^taaliy, Raehel 

"tanton, Sabina 



T. A. Pirrie 
Chas. Plumb 
H. Plummer 

G.L. Plunkett 

Wm. Plunkett 

J. A. Polkinghome. 
Geo. D. Pope 

D. L. Pothier 

John Powell. 

Geo. Priee 
Frank Prout 
Redmond Quain. . . . 

Jules Quesnel 

M. Quinlan 

J. D. Quinn 

Peter Ranahan 

F. C. Rand 

H. N. Reinhardt... 

Jos. E. Renaud 

Geo. Rennie 

W. G. S. Reynolds. 
R. W. Riddell 

G. R. Rigby 

Alex. Robertson 

J. N. Rol>ert9on 

X. Robidoux 

Geo. Robinson 

C. C. Rogers 

U. Rondeau 

Jno. Rooney 

S. C. D. Roper 

B. D. D. Rorison.. 
Alex. Ross 

C. W. Ross 

Geo. Ross — 

J. D. Ross 

F. Rouleau 

J. E. Rourke 

H. B. Rousseau — 
Alex. Roy 

E. F. E. Roy 

H. P. Sandall 

Thos. .Schol field..., 
Fergus Srholfield . . , 
Sir C. S<hreil>er. . . 

Andrew Seott 

Miehael Shanary. . . 
.\braham Shaw.... 

Ja». F. Sh»w 

J. B. Simpson 

Ralph Slattery 

John Slean 

M.W.Sloan 

(Jeo. .Smith 

E.J. M. Smith... 

Sidney .Smith 

FSrd W. Smith 

Alex. Soutter 

J.J. Spereman 

J. G.Standish 

T. R. Stanley 

E. P. Stanton 



Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Hou.se of Commons. . . . 

Interior 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Marine and Fisheries.. . 

National Revenue 

Nationnl Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Privy ( 'ouncil 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Trade and Commerce.. 

Post Office 

House of Commons. . . . 

National Revenue 

Interior 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Nat iona 1 Revenue 

Post Office 

Nat ional Revenue 

Railways and Canals... 

Post Office 

Post Office 

House of Commons 

Finance 

Post Office 

National UeveBoe 

Public Works 

National Revenue 

National Revenue. 

Marine and Fisheries... 

Privy Council 

National Re^'enue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

AudHor General 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Public Works 

Post Office 

Indian Affairs 

Senate 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Foe., Office 

PoetOflBoe 



7« 32 

494 28 

390 51 

367 no 

225 75 

283 50 

695 25 

19 00 

89 27 

82 93 

32 50 

411 48 

132 00 

175 00 
280 00 

77 00 

214 12 

104 82 

256 67 

.350 00 

32 50 

289 50 

63 00 

70 50 

87 81 

499 63 

72 50 

224 00 

315 00 

125 62 

176 00 
168 00 
244 72 
392 00 

965 42 
223 .35 
210 00 
700 75 
189 00 

28 00 
1S9 00 
266 70 
93 54 
61 25 
1.050 00 
280 00 
a06 00 
555 33 
690(0 
315 00 
171 92 
104 14 
210 00 
155 90 
428 46 
608 76 

966 51 
3C7 50 
S48 00 
S89M 
373 43 
586 89 



S cts. 

60 84 
476 4.'} 

376 37 
354 17 
217 56 
273 20 
295 25 

16 69 

78 51 

79 92 
31 23 

362 33 
127 23 

168 64 
269 85 

42 09 
206 34 
100 97 
247 29 
337 28 

31 23 
278 98 

60 73 

67 89 
62 62 

481 53 
69 86 
215 83 
303 63 
120 98 

169 M 
147 93 
235 84 

377 76 
930 53 

65 16 
202 41 
674 65 
183 17 

180 67 

257 01 

90 10 

68 99 
1.013 OS 

SS8 5« 
300 4ft 
ftSSlS 
5M If 
308 «S 
165 63 
100 38 
SOB 41 
1S0 3S 
413 »S 
673 A3 
SS6 78 
34S88 
318 30 
337 33 
161 93 
516 91 



«02 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 10 — Continued 
Civil Servants Widows Annuities Act, 1927 — Condxided 

Amounts paid to widows of deceased contributors to Superannuation under 
part I of tiie Superannuation and Retirement Act — Concluded 



Widow 



Contributor 



Department 



Annual 
Allowance 



Staynor, Jessie 

Steckel, Mary 

Steele, Mathilda 

Steers, Annie 

Stiffens, Margaret 

Stevens, Alicia 

Stewart, Alma 

•Stewart, Geraldine. . 

Stewart, Isabel 

Stewart, Isabelle 

Stimpson, Kate 

Stinaon, Susan 

Stoddart. Helen 

Stratton, Rose 

Strongman, Mary 

Strous. Ida 

Sutherland, Kate 

Swan, Hannah 

Swinbum, Maria 

Taylor, Elisabeth 

Thcriault, Rose 

Thompson, Elizabeth. 

Thompson, Irene 

Thompson, Theresa.. . 

Toller, Annie F 

Trainor, Ellen 

Travis, Minnie 

Trudel, I>ouise 

Ty.son. Elizabeth 

VankouKhnct, Lucy... 

Vavasour, Isobel 

Vemer, Holene 

Verreault, Exilia , 

Verret, Annie 

Waller, Annie 

Walsh. Helen 

Warwicker, Lydia 

Waterman, Anne 

Weyms, Eva 

White, Adeline 

White, Clara 

White, Marv- 

Whittaker, Mary 

Wilkes, Margaret 

Willimott, Sunn 

Williston, Kate 

Wilniot, Mary 

Wilflon, Annie 

Wiltshire. Margaret... 

Winterp, Meliaaa 

Wood, Emily 

Worsnop, Mary 

Wright, Harriet 

York Jennie 



T. A. Stayner 

L.J. Steckel 

V. H. Steele 

C. J. Steers 

John Stefifens 

C. F. Stevens 

Douglas Stewart. . 
J. C. Stewart 

E. N. S. Stewart. 
Sam. Stewart 

F. C. Stimpson. .. 
Thomas Stinson. . 

Jas. Stoddart 

W.C. Stratton.... 
Wm. Strongman. . 

Jas. Strous 

E. D. Sutherland. 
W. H. Swan 

A. R. Swinbum... 
Charlra Taylor. . . 
J. A. Theriault.... 
.lames Thompson. 
H. P. Thompson.. 
Robt. Thompson. 
Fred Toller 

B. Trainor 

L. W. Travis 

J. B. Trudel 

A. M. Tyson 

L. Vankoughnet. . 

E. W. Vavasour. . . 
J. W. D. Vemer... 

J. E. Verreault 

G.C. Verret 

John Waller 

W.J.Walsh 

F. .S. Warwicker. . 
W. L. Waterman.. 

Chas. Weyms 

E.White 

F.White 

C.W.White 

W.C. Whittaker.. 

E. T.Wilkes 

C.W. Willimott... 
W.W. Williston... 

J. B. Wilmot 

David Wilson 

John Wiltshire. . . . 

Wm. Winters 

F.F.Wood 

A. A. Worsnop.... 

J.P.Wright 

Dunbar York 



National Revenue 

Public Works 

Marine and Fisheries. . . 

Interior 

Railways and Canals.. . 

National Revenue 

Justice 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Ind ian Affairs , 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Auditor General 

Post Office 

Interior 

National Revenue 

Public Work.s 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Finance 

Post Office 

Post Office 

Senate 

National R<-venue 

Indian Affairs 

Post Office 

Agriculture 

Public Worka 

Public Worka 

National Revenue 

Patent and Copyright.. . 

Post Office 

Post Office 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

R.C.M.P 

Marine and Fisheries.. . . 

Finance 

National Revenue 

Interior 

Marine and Fislieries.. . . 
Trade and Commerce... 

National Revenue 

Printing and Stationery, 
Railways and Canals... . 

National Revenue 

National Revenue 

Railways and Canals... . 
Post Office 



51 00 
5.38 86 
396 00 
4P0 00 

71 42 
1.3.3 00 
698 54 
496 47 
123 75 
490 00 
341 00 
129 31 
198 27 
517 05 

144 94 

145 55 
l,a50 00 

231 00 

218 32 

78 00 

215 42 

197 64 

273 00 

312 81 

558 54 

210 00 

108 00 

276 50 

91 95 

.528 00 

245 00 

280 00 

37 50 

44 64 

.56 31 

273 67 

181 84 

288 96 

189 44 

146 21 
875 00 
140 99 
437 .50 
171 84 
264 69 

43 50 
144 00 
207 61 
203 01 
33 52 
63 00 
486 62 
200 00 
210 00 



PUBUC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 10 — Concluded 

SUMMARY 



103 



— 


Payments 

on account 

of emplojreee 

ntired 

prior to 

Mareh31, 

1927 


Payments 

onaecotmt 

of emplosrees 

dnrlBC fiscal 

year ended 

March SI, 

1928 


Total 
year 


Superannuation No. 1, Revised Statates. 1906, Chap. 17 

Saperannuation No. 2, Revised Statutes, 1906, Chap. 17 

SHp^Twur nation No. 3, TVintipg Tln^ipim 


S eta. 

619,230 96 

38,850 29 

19.038 32 

723,825 34 

293,360 95 


S cts. 
5,773 86 
3,013 71 


t cts. 

625,004 82 

41,864 00 

19,0S8 32 


Superannuation No. 4, Public Service Retirement Act 




723,825 34 


Superannuation No. 5, Civil Service Superannuation Act, 1924 

Superannuation No. 6, Civil Servants Widows Annuities Act, 
1927 


199,001 77 
130,946 33 


492,362 72 
130,946 83 








Total sapenuuiaatioit payments 


1,894,305 86 


338,735 67 


2,033,041 68 







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Appendix No. 11 

PUBLIC WORKS— Chargeable to Income 



cts. 



cts. 



ct«. 



CoNSTRucnoN, Majntbnamcx, Rcpaibs, Etc. 

PUBUC BciLDINOS 

Nova Scotia — 

Dighy — Public Building — General repairs and improve- 
ments 

Halifax Immigration Building — Payment to Depart- 
ment of Railways and Canals for accommodation. . . 
Halifax Quarantine Station — Repairs and improvements 
Halifax — Repairs to buildings and wharfs at R.C.N. 

Harracks and H.M.C. Dockyard. 

Halifax— Rockhead Hospital — Repairs and improvements 
Inverness — Public Builciing — Repairs and improvements 

Prince Edward Island — 

Charlottetown — Old Dank Building — Repairs and im 
provements 

Charlottetown — Public Building — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Kensington — Public Building. 

Summerside — Public Building — Repairs and improve- 
ments 



NetD Brunswick — 

Chatham — Public Building — Repairs and improvements 

Edmundston — Public Building 

St. John — Custom House — Improvements and repairs. . 
St. John — New Post OflBce Building — Repairs and im- 
provements 

St. John — Old Post Office Building — Restoration and 
repairs 



Maritime Provinces Generally — 

Dominion Public Buildings — Improvements, repairs etc. 



QuAeo — 

Bale St. Paul— Public Building 

Chicoutimi — Public liuilding — Addition 

Dominion Public liuildi»g»— Improvements, repairs, etc. 

Drummondvillc Public Building — Addition 

Grosae Isle Quarantine Station — Shelter shed 

Kenogami — Public Building 

Limoilou — Public Building 

Mont Laurier — Public Building 

Montreal General Post Office — Reorganization 

Montreal Goneral P(i.st Office — Alterations and repairs to 
heating and building 

Montreal — Old Examining Warehouse — Restoration 
(Governor General's Warrant of August 4, 1927) 

Montreal I^iblic liuildings — Installation of Motor Gen- 
erator Sets 

Montreal — Ordnance Stores Building 

Montreal — Postal Station in Outremont Division 

Montreal — Towards purchase of Lavut Building for 
Postal Station'- G" 

Montreal — Tractors for Railway stations. . 

Quebec Citadel-Governor General's quarters-Additions, 
alterations and impn)Vfmont8 

Quebec— Savard Park Hospital — Repairs and alterations 

St. Jacqtiee L'Achigan — Public Building 

St. Jerome — Public Building- Repairs and improvements 

Ste. Therese — Public Building-rRepairs and Improve- 
ments 

Thetford Mines— Public Baildins— Fittings and altera- 
tions 

Waterloo — Public Building 

Westmount — Armotiry 



1,200 00 

25,000 00 
5,260 15 

.30,000 00 
1,908 06 
4,268 40 



1,853 00 

1,626 00 
11,999 59 

3,150 00 



1,993 00 

2, 102 54 

14,848 89 

4,400 00 

868 54 



14,639 46 
23,487 53 
101,985 17 
13,000 00 
16,130 58 
26,021 23 
40,951 52 
18,185 19 
20,689 80 

14,985 63 

82,162 50 

11,059 13 
21,377 00 
20,507 23 

12,450 33 
4,992 40 

99,988 54 
4,990 73 

20,993 47 
1,984 37 

600 00 

1.059 50 

7,804 51 

12.830 40 



67,726 61 



18,628 59 



24,212 97 
42,997 31 



592,876 22 



Carried forward. 



746.441 70 



PUBLIC ACCorxrs 



105 



Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



cts. 



cts. 



etc 



Brought forward 

CoNSTKCcnoN, Maintenance, Repairs, Etc. — CotUinued 
PuBuc Buildings — Continued 

Ontario — 

Dominion Public Buildings — Improvements, repairs, etc 

Durham — Public Building 

CilenciK? — Public Building — Tower (lock .... 

Haileybury — Armoury 

Hamilton — Public Building — Alt«'rations and repairs 

Kenora — Public Building — Addition 

Kitchener — Public Building — Addition 

Napanee — Public Building — Improveinent^ and altera- 
tions 

Ottawa Departmental Buildings — Fittings, etc 

Ottawa Dominion Obser\'atory — Clock Vault 

Ottawa — Government's share of cost of local improve- 
ment charges for widening and paving roadway on 
Wellington Street between Connaugbt Place and 
Bank Street 

Ottawa— Laboratory for Department of Mines at Booth 
Street Experimental Station 

Ottawa — Parliament Hill — Sidewalks 

Ottawa— Public Buildings — Paving roadways 

Ottawa — Towards purchase of building for Government 
workshops. 

Ottawa — Towards purchase of Daly Building 

Ottawa— Rideau Hall— Alterations, improvementB, and 
furnishings 

Ottawa— Post Office Block— Government's share of cost 
of local improvements 

Ottawa— Sussex Street property— Government's share of 
cost of local improvements 

Port Colb<:>me — Exchequer Court Award 

Port Colbome— Public Building 

Rockland — Public Building 

Toronto— Postal Station "A"— Mechanical equipment 

Toronto-^Postal Station "K"— Government's share of 
cost of local improvements 

Walkerv'ille — Public Building — Gov.rnment's share of 
cost of local improvements. . . 

Wiarton — Public Building .... 



\fttnitoba — 

Dominion Public Buildings— Improvements, repairs, etc. 

Transcona— Site for public building 

Winnipeg— Fort Osborne Barrack sr— New boilers 

Winnipeg— Grain In.spertion Building 

Winnipeg — Minto Stn>et Armoury— Fitting.-- 



Saakatcheioan — 

Dominion Public P"ii.i;nir.i_ 
Indian Head— Fo: 

and repairs . 
Moose Jaw— Public iiuihnnK-iinpniVfmonis and re- 



rcivcrm-nts. remiirs, OtO 

rnenta 



pairs. 



North Battleford— Public Building— Alterations and im- 
provements. 

Prince Albert Pul. «—AlteratioM. ........ , 

Saskatoon— Public iMiiKiiiig- Imprn-.-— --••' and repairs 

Sutherland— Forest Nursery Statu ; ■-. paiatiag, 

etc 



Alberta— 

Dominion Public Buildings— Improvements, reiiaini,eU5 



Carried forward. 



114.933 66 
20.000 00 
1,700 00 
8,947 46 
3,667 00 
15,994 51 
1,510 21 

3,094 17 

55,110 .^ 

4,113 71 



43,433 33 

42,473 41 

9,670 98 

31,000 00 

13,305 00 
124,000 00 

49,993 5; 

786 60 

2,775 75 
10,940 18 

3,849 33 
21,841 79 
72,727 90 

2,472 20 

1.463 84 
707 40 



29,373 44 
24 32 
46.817 77 
10.835 00 
14,992 17 



16,991 70 

4.394 00 

3,250 29 

5.299 43 
7.789 75 
4,500 00 

3.5«g 00 



746.441 70 



661.112 33 



102.042 70 



45.793 17 



14,129 06 



1.56»,51S W 



106 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC "WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



Ota 



cts. 



Ota. 



Brought forward 

CoNSTBUCTXoN, Maintekamcx, Rbpairs, Etc.— Continued. 

Public Buildings— Con/tnu«d 

British Columbia — 

Bentinck Island Lazaretto — Now buildings 

Dominion Public Buildings — Improvements, repairs, etc. 
Esquimau — To replace buildings and equipment de- 
stroyed by fire 

Esquimau — General repairs and improvements to 

R.C.N. Barracks and H.M.C. Dockyards 

Kimberley — Public Building 

Revelstoke — Public Building 

Vancouver — Public Building — Improvements 

Vancouver — Public Building — One year's interest at 5% 

on mortgage of $400.000 

Vancouver — Public Building — Government's share of 

cost of local improvements 

Victoria — Astrophysical Observatory — (Little Saanich 

Mountain) — Repairs and improvements to roadway 
William Head Quarantine Station — Repairs and im 

provements 

William Head Quarantine Station — Office Building for 

Customs and Quarantine purposes 



Oenerallj;—^ 

Experimental Farms — New buildings 

Experimental Farms — Replacements, repairs, improve- 

ments, etc 

Flags for Dominion Public Buildings 

Installation of fuel saving devices 

Military Buildings — Repairs, fittings, alterations and 

additions 

Military Hospitals — Repairs and improvements 

Public Buildings — Generally 

Purchase of stamp cancelling machines 



Rents, Repairs, Furnitttiui, Heatimo, Etc. 

OUatoa Public Buildinos and Grounda — 

Dominion Observatory and Geodetic Survey Building — 

Repairs, improvements, maintenance of grounds, 

etc , 

Water , 

Elevator Attendants 

Lighting, including roads and bridges , 

Heating, including salaries of engineers, firemen and 

watchmen 

Departments Generally — Char service, including $100 

to E. Snowdon for firing the noon gun 

Repairs, improvements, additions and maintenance . 
Ridean Hall (including grounds)— Improvements, fumi- 

ture^maintenance, etc 

Rideau Hall — Allowance for fuel and light 

Telephone service 



Dominion Public Buildinoa — 

Dominion Immigration Buildings — Repairs, improve- 
ments, additions, furniture, eto 

Dominion Quarantine Stations — Maintenance 

Fittings, genera! supplies and furniture 

Heating 

Lighting 

Power for running elevators, stamp cancelling machines, 
eto 

Carried forward 



2,676 21 
31,464 37 

72,096 96 

16,638 80 
5,500 00 
2.051 00 

53,000 07 

20,000 00 
2,111 50 
4,250 00 
8,207 93 

10,020 46 



49,979 36 

90.152 68 

2, .'569 52 

10,032 45 

39,965 84 

77.190 71 

34,156 58 

484 86 



3,999 44 
42,474 73 
96.899 06 
94,408 02 

377.968 96 

369,941 34 
649,970 55 

61,895 91 
19.000 00 
99.978 97 



24,298 06 

9,108 97 

124,217 49 

376,348 02 

217,316 37 

79,864 38 



1.569,518 98 



228.017 30 



304,532 00 



1.816,626 98 



831,153 31 



3.918.096 26< 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



107 



Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



cU 



Ct8 



eta. 



Brought forward 

CoKSTRUcnoN, Maintinanct, Rbpairs, Etc. — Continued 
PcBUc BmLDivaa— Concluded 
RiNTS, Repairb, Fubnttubb, Heating, Etc. — Con 

fiominion Public Buildinga — Concluded. 

Rents 

Salaries of caretakers, engineers, firemen, etc 

Supplies for caretakers, engineers, firemen, etc 

Water 

Yukon Public Buildings — Rents, repairs, fuel, light, 
water service and caretakers' salaries 

Victoria, B.C. — Astrophysical Observatory (Little 
Saanich Mountain)— -Maintenance, repairs and im- 
provements 



831,153 31 



3,918,605 26 



1,439.889 75 

1,019,8M 40 

44,555 32 

71,934 95 

27,941 30 



1.358 35 



3,436,687 38 



Total Public Buildings. 



7,355,382 64 



Harbours and Rivers 
Nova Scotia — 

Amherst Point — Repairs to dyke 

Arichat — Wharf repairs 

Barrington Passage — Wharf extension and repairs 

Barrios Beach — Tracadie — Breakwater 

Basswood Beach — Extension to beach protection , 

Bayfield — Breakwater repairs 

Bayfield — Wharf repairs 

Blanche — Extension to breakwater wharf , 

Black Point — Breakwater repairs 

Blandford — Breakwater repairs 

BIu£f Head — Breakwater 

Brooklyn — Wharf repairs 

Burke's Head — Wharf repairs 

Cape Negro li^land — Breakwater 

Cariboo Island— Breakwater repairs 

Castle Bay — Wharf repairs 

Chegoggin Point — Breakwater 

Cheasetcook (Murphy's or Myatt's) — Repairs to wharf 

and road 

Comeau's Hill — Breakwater extension 

Cooke's Cove — Wharf 

Cow Bay (Port Morien) — Breakwater repairs 

Devil's Lsland— Breakwater repairs and improvements. 

Digby — Repairs and renewals to pier 

Digby — Wharf improvements 

Dingwall (Aspy Hay) — Breakwater 

Fall's Point (Woods Harbour) — Wharf extension 

Feltf en South — Breakwater repairs 

Feltzen South — Wharf repairs 

Fourchu — Rebuilding protection work 

Grand Desert— Beach protection 

Grand Etang — Repairs to piers and bridge 

Grass Cove — BreaJtwater whM< 

Hall's Harbour — Breakwater repairs and improvements 
Harbours and Rivers Generally— Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Herring Cove — Breakwater repairs 

Hunt's Point — Breakwater repairs 

Imrerness — Repairs to Harbour works 

Jersey Cove— Wharf 

Kinaf s Bay — Breakwater 

La Have River— Dredging 

Larry's River — Breakwater rspain 

Lawlors Island— Wharf repairs 

Litchfield— Extension of groyne 



1.849 82 
2,599 89 

3.499 59 
2,835 91 

2.599 11 
396 29 

2.498 71 
2,827 76 
2,493 35 
4.398 40 
5,001 88 

1.850 00 
1,497 94 
8,894 43 

988 63 

1.500 05 

6.499 73 

1.000 02 
4.896 80 
2,961 61 
1,499 96 
1.096 07 
3,991 11 
2,490 90 
27,119 50 
7,935 07 
7,401 44 
1,200 48 
1,042 71 
1,300 45 
1,806 80 
7,874 10 
1,448 61 

«8,786 96 
1,803 04 

1.600 27 

s,oso as 

3,70S 50 
8,007 06 
15,000 00 
2.520 85 
000 44 
1.700 81 



Carried forward. 



250.062 71 



7.ISS.I8S 84 



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Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



Ct8, 



CtS. 



Ota. 



Brought forward 

CoMSTRucnoN, Maintenancb, Rcpairs, Etc. — Continued 
Harbours akd Rivers — Continued 

Nova Scotia — Conrluded 

Little Anse — Breakwater repairs 

Little Judique Ponds — Wharf— Repairs to approach 

Little River HarlK)ur — Wharf extension 

Lower East Pubnico — To purchase and reconstruct wharf 

Lower L'Ardoise — Breakwater repairs 

Lower West Ship Harbour — Wharf repairs 

Lunenburg — Dredging 

Main k Dieu — Wharf 

Malagash — In full and final settlement of the claim of the 
Eraser Paving and Construction Co., Ltd., in con- 
nection with their contract for dredging 

Malagash — ^Wharf repairs 

Margaree Harbour — Repairs to harbour works and ex- 
tension to beach protection 

Meteghan — Wharf extension 

Mill Creek— Flume 

Murphy's Pond, Port Hood — Harbour improvements. 

Musquodoboit— Wharf repairs 

Necum Teuch — Wharf repairs 

New Cam pbellton— Wharf repairs 

Newellton — Wharf repairs 

New Harbour (Antigonish — Guysborough Co.) — Break- 
water repairs and extension 

Newport I anding — Wharf extension 

No6l — Wharf rcpairs 

North East Harbour— Wharf repairs 

North West Harbour — To purchase and reconstruct 
wharf 

Parkers Cove — Breakwater rerairs 

Parrsboro — To repair and extend protection work 

Petite Riviere — Breakwater reconstruction and repairs 

Pictf>u Islantl — Wharf repairs 

Port Joli — Wharf repairs 

Port George — Breakwater repairs 

Port Wade — Repairs to pier 

Port Williams— Wharf 

Salmon River — Repairs to channel protection work.... 

Scott's Bay — Rebuilding part of south breakwater 

Seal Island — Breakwater extension 

Shag Harboui^Wharf repairs 

Sheet Harljour — Dredging 

Short Beach — Extension of pier 

Skinner's Cove — Repairs to pier'. 

South Side (Donald's Head) Breakwater rei airs 

Spencers Island — Wharf repairs 

Stonoy Island — Repairs to breakwater-wharf 

Summcrv'ille — Wharf repairs 

Sydney — Wharf 

latamagouche — Wharf repairs 

Tenecape — Breakwater extension 

Trottt Cove — Breakwater repairs 

West Pubnico (Ledge Harbour)— Breakwater. 

Wine Harbour — Breakwater 

Yarmouth — Dredging 



Prince Edvoard Island — 

Belfast— Wharf repairs 

Charlottetown — Reoonstruotion of railway wharf 

Egmont Bay— Wharf 

Geomtetown — Freight shed and improvements to wharf. 
Harbours and Rivers Generally— Repairt and improve- 
ments 



250.082 71 



1.399 79 
1,011 80 
1.424 60 
.5,166 2.5 
2,401 52 
2,179 46 
9,510 45 
1 , 14.3 47 



2,930 69 
1,898 45 

5,592 65 
6,500 00 
3,388 77 
10,. 505 61 
1,598 50 
3,488 72 
1,392 45 
3,269 62 

5,342 91 

2,798 15 

2,999 22 

76 87 

3, .308 72 
888 20 
3,249 95 
4,681 68 
3.6.35 79 
999 .55 
1,497 48 

10,172 77 

13,. 530 25 
3,045 77 
7,762 47 
3,. 542 46 
1,221 00 

20,316 28 
6,148 63 
999 01 
2.907 71 
1,999 98 
2,500 26 
2,485 .54 

18, 105 59 

847 63 

4,500 00 

11,483 47 
7,629 83 
2,500 30 

50,000 00 



2,672 74 

512 61 

3,958 16 

54,642 42 

8,105 31 



Carried forward. 



69,891 24 



7,355,382 64 



.516,152 98 



616, 152 08 



7,«55,382 6* 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



109 



Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



cto. 



cto. 



eta. 



Brought forward 

Construction, Maintenance, Repairs, Etc. — Continued 

Harbours and Rivbrs — Continued — 

Prince Edward Island — Concluded — 

Jude's Point — Wharf extension and dredging 

Miminigash Harbour — Breakwater reconstruction 

Naufrage Harbour — Repairs to breakwaters and bridge. 

New London— Harbour improvements 

Pinett*' — Wharf repairs 

Rustico Harbour — Breakwater repairs 

Southport — Wharf repairs 

Stanley Bridge — To purchase wharf 

Summerside — Wharf repairs and improvements 

Tigni.slj — Repairs to harbour works 

West Point — Wharf repairs 



New Brunswick — 

Bay du Vin — Wharf repairs 

Blue Cove— Breakwater 

Buetouche — Wharf repairs 

Bum's (Belle Isle Bay) — Wharf improvements 

Burton — Wharf repairs 

Burton Court House — Wharf repairs 

Cape Bald — Breakwater repairs 

Caraquet Church — Wharf 

Cocagne — ^Wharf repairs 

Escuminac — Breakwater extension 

Grand Harbour (Ingall's Head) — Breakwater 

Green Point — Breakwater 

Hampsteaii — Wharf repairs 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Hen)n Lsland — Wharf addition and repairs 

Heustis I^Anding — Wharf repairs 

Hopewell Cape — Wharf repairs 

Humphrey's — Wharf reconstruction 

Lower C'araquet — Wharf repairs 

McDonald's Point — Wharf repairs 

Mill's Point — Wharf enlargement and repairs 

Miscou — Wharf repairs. 

Mispcc — Br(>akwater repairs 

Neguac — Wharf rerairs 

Oak Point — Wharf repairs 

Petit Rocher — Breakwater repairs 

Pointe <lu Chenc — Repairs to breakwater and wharf . 

Point Sapin — Breakwater extension 

Port Klgin— Wharf 

Richibucto Beach — RejMiirs to breakwaters. . . .^ 

Richibucto Cape — Repairs to breakwater and pier — 

Scotchtown — Wharf repairs. 

Seal Cove — Breakwater repairs 

Shediac — Wharf repairs 

Bhippigan — Wharf repairs 

Sh ippigan — Warehouse on wharf 

Shippigan Gulley— Repairs to breakwaters and breast- 
works 

St. Andrews — Wharf repairs 

St. Simon— Wharf 

Tracadie Harbour— Breastworks mad breakw»t«n. . . 

Welchpool — Wharf repairs 

White Head— Wharf repain 

White's Cove — Wharf repairs 



69.891 24 



1,362 63 
5,691 07 

662 94 
9,791 99 
1,490 22 

106 35 
1,487 36 
4.042 05 
58,497 49 
5,362 07 
6,800 00 



4. 146 36 
1,337 84 
1,202 18 

770 17 

714 78 
1,187 34 
4,999 86 
7,997 00 
2,000 00 

393 79 

10,434 08 

1.190 05 

757 16 

36,882 05 
3.506 51 
1.112 10 
2,225 65 
2. 136 86 
4,562 28 

877 80 
9.189 88 

699 91 
1.522 31 
1,399 57 
3.715 91 
2.855 79 
8.976 83 

205 68 
1.893 32 
1.811 86 
2.932 74 

875 64 

772 56 
5,095 12 
3.322 30 
3,118 06 

7,951 75 
4.992 91 
124 21 
124 05 
4,514 72 
1,258 87 
4.499 90 



516.152 08 



7.355.382 64 



165, 185 41 



160,587 74 



Carried forward. 



841.938 13 



7.356.882 M 



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Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



da. 



ots. 



cts. 



Brought forward 

CoNHTBrcnoN, Maintenance, Rbpaibs, Etc. — Continued 
Habboubs and RrviRs — Contmtted 

Quebec— 

Anglicrs — Wharf 

Anse k Beaufila — Reconstruction of and repairs to jetties 

Anse & la Barbe — Harbour improvements 

Anse aux Gascons — Wharf repairs and improvements . . . 

Baie St. Paul — In full and final settlement of the claim 
of T. Lacouline in connection with his contract for 
bank protection 

Bagotville — Wharf repairs 

Baraohois de Malbaic — Breakwater repairs 

liatiscan River — Dredging 

liatiscAn — Protection to channel 

Beaupre — Dredging; the Ste. Anne Paper Company to 
contribute one-third of the cost 

Beloeil Village — Reconstruction of wharf 

Bcrsimis — Construction of approach to wharf 

Bic — To complete wharf reconstruction 

Bonaventure — Wharf repairs. 

Bonavcnture West — Breakwater 

Cacouna — Wharf extension 

Cap k I'Aigle — Wharf repairs 

Cap de la Madeleine — Wharf 

Cap de la Madeleine — ^Wharf extension 

Cap Chat — Wharf extension 

Cape Cove — To romplott* shore protection 

Cap St. I^ace — Wharf repairs 

Champlain — Wharf repairs 

Chandler — Wharf reconstruction and extension 

Chandler — In full and final settlement of the claim of 
Messrs. Farley and Grant of Ottawa in connection 
with their contract for wharf reconstnif'tion and ex- 
tension at Chandler, P.Q , 

Charlemagne — Dredging 

Chicoutimi Basin — Wharf repairs 

Choisy — Wharf reconj?truction 

Clark City — Wharf repairs 

Colonic dcs Greves — Wharf , 

Crabtrco Mills — Recon.struction of icebreaker 

D'Aiguillon — Breakwater 

Desohambault — Wharf repairs 

Dalbeau (Grosse Ixxhe) — Wharf repairs 

Doucet's Landing (Ste. Angele de I^aval — Wharf recon- 
struction 

Douglastown — Repairs to wharf and shed 

East Templeton — Wharf repairs 

Ellis Bay — Harbour improvements 

Etang du Nord — Breakwater wharf 

Fabre — Wharf repairs 

Fame Point — Removal of boulders 

Father Point — Wharf repairs and improvements 

Fort William— Wharf repairs 

Garthby — Wharf repairs 

Grand Mere — Landing 

Orandes Bergeronnos — Removal of boulders 

Grande Rivi^^e — Wharf reconstruction 

Grindstone (M.I.) — Wharf repairs and improvements. 

Grosse Isle— Wharf repairs 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments , 

Hopetown — Miller and Mann Road — Breakwater 

House Harbour — Wharf repairs 

lie MX Coudres- Wharf 

He anx Coodres North— Wharf repairs 



3,721 35 
2,19fl 05 
2,691 41 
5,014 57 



1,020 00 
19,755 89 

4,394 24 
12,001 37 

2.350 00 

26,143 43 
3,801 08 
2,919 24 
2,491 04 
2,432 46 
3,995 05 
2,030 65 
9,9a5 34 
11,964 87 
74,974 26 
3,957 33 
1.273 34 
3,694 98 
1,681 78 
8,468 15 



5,938 on 
14,994 25 
2,549 24 
3,914 43 
3,599 74 
9,526 35 
5,188 14 
3,592 28 
121 82 
1,139 39 

39,891 47 

998 02 

1 . 130 23 

150.000 00 

470 12 

1,160 94 

1,800 35 

11,672 94 

1,018 82 

790 62 

10 00 

1,632 66 

6,560 33 

39, 195 06 

9.758 98 

68,739 86 
1,761 21 
1.699 83 
2,414 09 
3,366 63 



841,926 13 



7,365,382 64 



Carried forward. 



607.218 73 



841,926 13 7,365.882 64 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



111 



Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chabosable to Income — Continued 



ets. 



cts. 



eta. 



Brought forward 

CoNSTHVcnox, Maintenanci, Rxpaibb, Etc. — Coiitiimed 
HARBoriu AND RiTXBs — Contintud 

Qitebec — Continued — 

He aux Gruea — Wharf replacement 

He Perrot Sud — ^Wharf reconstruction 

He Verte — Wharf repairs and improvementa 

Kamouraska — ^\'ha^f repairs and shed 

Lachine — ^Tiarf repairs 

Lac Megan tic — Shore protection 

Lake St. Louis — Dredging 

Lanoraie — Ice breakers 

L'Anse a Valleau — ^Training jetty 

Le Fila — Breakwater 

L'IsIet — Wharf repairs 

Lower Mi^asha — Wharf 

Magog — W harf repairs 

Mai Bay — Wharf repairs 

Matane — Breakwater repairs 

Mechins — Wharf reconstruction and improvements 

Mille Vaches — Wharf enlargement 

Montmagny — Wharf extension 

New Carlisle — Wharf reconstruction 

Nicolet — Dredging 

Nicolet — Repairs to jetty 

Norton Creek — Dredging 

Nouvelle River — Breakwater 

Papineauville — Wharf improvements 

Paspebiac — Wharf repairs 

Peribonka — Wharf reconstruction 

Petits Capucins — Pier and removal of boulders 

Petite Riviere St. Francois — Breakwater wharf 

Petite Vall6e— Wharf extension 

Pointe au Pic (Murray Bay) — Wharf repairs 

Pointe Basse — Wharf repairs and improvements 

Port Daniel Elast — Wharf repairs 

Repentigny — W harf repairs 

Rimouski — Wharf repairs, and improvements 

Rimouski — Dredging 

Rivifere au Renard— Wharf improvementa 

Riviere au Tonnerre (Duck Creekj — Harbour Improve- 
ments 

Riviere du Lievre Lock and Dam — Reconstruction of 
Lockmaster's bouse at Poupore 

Rivi^-re du Loup (cm b»s)— Wharf repairs and recon- 
struction 

Riviere du Loup (en hsut) — Dredging 

Rivifere Onelle— Wharf 

Rividre St. Francois— Dredging 

Riviftre Verte — Wharf replacement 

Roberval — Breakwater reconstruction 

Ruissesu a la Loutro— Wharf repairs and ext«nik»... . 

Ruisseau Leblanc — Breakwater 

Ste. Anne de Beaupre — Wharf reconstruction 

8te. Anne de liellevue — Wharf reconstruction 

Ste. Anne do Chicoutimi — Whaif repairs 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere— Wharf icpairs 

Ste. Anne des Monts— Wharf repairs 

St. Charles— Wharf x«p*in 

St. Charles de Caplan— Wharf repairs 

St. Dominique du Lac— Wluuf «st«naion and improv*. 
ments 

St. Feliden— Wharf repairs 

St. Fulgence — Wharf repairs 

St. Gedeon (Lac St. Jean)— Wharf recoBatiaetioa 



Carried forward. 



607.218 73 



3,128 34 

1,948 44 

4.409 96 

709 47 

609 92 

3,014 87 

47.029 72 

2,741 58 

967 38 

1.100 00 

1,295 50 

1.998 52 

889 24 

4.635 00 

4,034 91 

14,991 48 

1,500 28 

9.951 88 

4,905 41 

14,322 66 

2,991 62 

3.527 85 

3,260 80 

3,996 93 

3.399 97 

2,360 62 

3.749 24 

4,813 72 

1,961 95 

4,535 19 

9,317 10 

999 98 

1.037 94 

10,055 73 

30,177 38 

11.101 65 

2.000 10 

1,996 40 

14,967 39 

46,338 48 
4.473 57 

19.100 01 
4,503 07 
9.842 19 
3.911 94 
2.646 68 

11.782 58 
3.609 86 
2.972 16 
1,240 77 
4,503 88 
1,307 01 
1.988 27 

2.673 19 
1,407 88 
1.433 44 
9.908 OS 



841,926 13 



7.355.382 M 



W1.86S 0»t 841.936 ISJ 7.858,883 64 



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Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 





$ cts. 


$ cts. 


t cts. 


Brought forward 


981,. 562 05 

89 51 
2,673 72 
5,637 68 
786 53 
2,716 89 
8,017 19 
2,363 87 

14,999 94 
1.948 24 

45,905 76 
1,2.33 53 
694 66 
2.825 65 
6.945 89 
1,634 17 
1,580 13 
1,000 57 
2,274 .59 

2,334 .54 
1,789 83 
1.665 55 
2,632 50 

1,305 16 
2,696 64 

1,287 88 
2.218 62 
2,797 10 
1,488 39 

40,755 18 

534 16 

4,322 91 

4.464 25 

36.126 24 

2,. 399 71 

3.5:3 21 

48,074 56 

44,674 95 

782 31 
2,438 67 


841,926 13 
1.290.032 93 


7,355.382 64 


CONBTKUCnOK, MAINTENANCE, REPAIRS. EtC.— Cofl. 

Harbours and Rivers— Continued 

Quebec — Concluded 

St. Gregoire de Montmorency — Reconstruction of revet- 
ment wall 




St. Hilaire — Wharf reconstruction 




St. Ignace de Loyola — Repairs to wharf and approach . . 
St. Irenec — Wharf repairs 




St. Jean, Port Joli — Wharf repairs 




St. Jean Deschaillons — Wharf repairs ... 




St. Joachim — Wharf . 




St. Lambert — Reconstruction and repairs to dyke 

St. Laurent d'Orieans — Wharf repairs 




St. Louis River — Dredging 








St. Marc — Repairs to wharves 




St. Mathias — Wharf reconstruction 




St. Michel de Bellechasse — Dredginji 




Ste. Monique, Lac St. Jean — Wharf npiir- 

St. Ours — ^Wharf repairs 




St. Paul. lie aux Noix — Widening riglit-of-wav 




Ste. Petronille (LO.) — Wharf repair.^ and improvements. 

St. Pierre les Becquets — Dredging, .shed and repairs to 

wharf apprcacn 




St. Roch de Mekinac— Wharf 




St. Roch desAulnaies — Wharf repairs and improvements 

St. f^imeon de Bonaventure — Protection work 

St. Simeon de Bonaventure — Breakwater-wharf 
extension 




St. Simeon (Riviere Noire) Breakwater extension 

St. Sulpicc — \Vh;irf r<- airs !vn<i improvements to 
api roach 

Sabrevois — Wharf repairs 

Senneterrc — Wharf. 




Silleiy (Pointe Pizcau > \\ liaif repair- 

Sorel — Harbour improvcnicnt.-i 




Squatteck — Wharf repairs 




Tadoussac (Anae Tadousaac) — Wharf repairs. 




Tadoussac (Anse a I'Eau) — Wharf repairs 




Templeton — Dredging 




Trois Pistoles — Wharf repairs 

Trois Rivieres — Wharf recon.«truiti<)ii 




Valleyfield — Dredging 




Varcnne.s — Dredcintr 




Vercheres — Wliarf iiiipr..\oiMonis i,. ■ miii[,|,u. pay- 

n ents 

Yamaska — Wharf repairs . 




Ontono— 

Bayfield — 'Rerairs tf) piers 


1,002 99 

7.096 20 

2.999 30 

1.476 88 

711 41 

1.752 13 

24.480 26 

22.3.30 70 

2.<,t04 80 

1.1.36 73 

64.581 19 

2.802 82 

1,.513 90 

47.961 78 
829 80 




Blind River — Dredging — To complete payments 

Bracebridge — Breakwater roconstrucrion 

Bruce Mines — Wharf rer-airs 

Callandpr — Wharf rerairs 

Chatham — Repairs to revetment wall 




Cobourg — Harbour improvements. 

CoUingwood — Harbour improveiiitnt 
Deabwrats River — Dredging . . 

Dyer's Bay— Wharf repairs 

Ooderich — Harbour improvements 

Grand Bend — Repairs and aporoach to pier 

Gravenhur.-<t (Cnil! Lake)— Wharf 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and iiniirove- 
ments.. ... 




Holland River — Wharf repairs 








Carried forward 


184,270 89 


2.131,959 W 


7,355,382 04 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



113 



Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



Ct8. 



Ct8. 



eta. 



Brought forward , 

CoNSTBUcnoN, MAnrrcNANCB, Rbpaibs, Etc. — Con. 
Harbours axd Rivkrs — Continued 

Ontario — Concluded 

Honey Harbour — Dredging 

Huntsville — Wharf repairs 

Kagawong — Wharf repairs and extension 

Kenora — Wharf 

Kenora — Wharf repairs 

Kincardine — Repairs to piers 

Kincardine — DrodginR 

Kingston, R. M. C. — Repairs to wharves and boat- 
houses 

Kingsville — Repairs to piers 

Maidens Creek — Wharf. 

Mattagami I^^nding — Wharf 

Meafonl — Towards reconstruction of revetment wall 

Midland — Dredging 

Midland — Wharf and dredging 

Mitchell's Bay — Dredging 

Muskoka Narrows — Guide pier. 

Nipigon — Wharf 

North Bay — Wharf repairs 

Owen Sound — Harl>our improvements 

Owen Sound — Repairs to wall 

Pelee Island — Repairs to piers 

Port Arthur — Harbour im'^rovements — Thunder Bay 
Paper Co. to contribute one-third of cost 

Port Burwell — Harb< ur repairs and improvements 

Port Dover — Dredging and harbour improvements 

Port Klgin — Reoairs to harl^)ur works 

Port Findlay — Wharf repairs 

Port Hope — Harbour improvements 

Port MaitLind — Dredging 

Port Maitland — Repairs to pier and sheet piling 

Port Stanley — Harbour improvements and repairs 

Prescott — Dre<lging 

Presqu'Ile — Dredging 

Providence Bay — Dredging 

Rondeau — Dredging.. 

Rondeau — Kx'ension to crib work protection 

Rondeau — Repairs to pier 

Rosqmrt — Wharf repairs 

Samia — Dredging 

Saugeen River — Repairs to harbour works 

Sault 8te. Marie — Harbour improvements. 

Scuilt Ste. Marie — Wharf improvements 

Sault Ste. Marie — Wharf repairs 

Shoepack Bay — Wharf and shed 

Southampton — Repairs to breakwaters 

Stanley I.sland — Wharf reconstruction 

Thessalon — Wharf repairs and imi rovcments 

Toronto — Dredging 

Trenton — Whai f repairs 

Vermilion Bay— Wharf 

Wendover — Wharf repairs 

Windflf)r — Wharf repairs 

White Cloud Island— Wharf rerairs 



Manitoba — 

Assiniboine River — Reconstruction of dykes 

Gimli — Repairs to pier • 

Harbours and Rivers Generally— Repairs mad improve- 

ments 

Hocla— Wharf extension 

Pelican Ijike — -ImFrovoments 



184,270 89 



203 26 

4.718 41 

3,285 49 

10,fiOO 00 

1.173 73 

14,671 09 

19.173 62 

1.079 83 
3,076 66 
2,192 49 
3.818 07 
9.886 56 

99,394 79 
9,982 68 
6,357 64 
3,, 392 58 
3,015 31 
940 73 

70,014 32 
2,975 98 
4,240 44 

67,053 86 

23,060 06 

12,693 03 

4,015 01 

1 . 244 83 

13,442 73 

6.274 94 

27.012 31 

40.815 39 

12,534 38 

23,463 57 

5,895 40 

112 00 

2,190 41 

12,536 09 

886 75 

123,164 27 

21.612 73 

121.470 25 

1.993 15 
989 41 

3.666 35 
3.390 99 
2.344 54 
1.927 78 
13.909 14 
3.867 91 
1.5:i3 16 
3,f61 60 
1,996 70 

1.994 20 



2.9«i 53 
05 75 

11,930 37 
4.787 05 



Carried forward. 



30.748 20 



2.131,950 06 



7.355,382 64 



1,010.836 41 



3.151.585 47 



7.855.383 M 



09382-6 



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Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



Ct3 



Ct8 



Ct«. 



Brought forward 

CoKSTRUcnoN, Maintenance, Kepairs, Etc. — Con. 
HiAKBouRS AND RivEKS— Con/inued 

iianitdba — Concluded 

Red River (Moutli) — Rcfairs to jetties 

Riverton — Wharf 

Roseau Rive. — IniprovonientH 

Steep Rock— Wharf 

To cover co-t "f repair- t" the W aniijit^ow Hiver Dam, 
Nfan. (Governor Geneinl'- Wai.unt of October 7th, 
1927J 



Saskatcheican and Alberla — 

Athabasca River — Iinrrovements 

Fort Resolution — Wharf 

Harbours and Rivera Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Regina Beach — Wharf 



British Columbia — 

Albcrni — Wharf repairs 

Argenta — Wharf repairs 

Bamfield (West) — Extension and repairs to float 

Bold Point — Renewal of float and approach 

Church House — Repairs to float and apj roach 

Columbia River, below Burton — Bank protection . . , 

Crooked, Pack and Parsnip Rivers — Channel improve- 
ments 

Denman Island — Wharf extension and re; airs 

Dewdney — Wharf replacement 

East Arrow Park — Wharf repairs 

Eaat Robaon— Wharf repairs 

Edgewood — Wharf repairs 

False Creek — Dredging 

Fauquiers — Wharf repairs 

Fraaer River — Contribution towards the construction of 
a wing dam near Agassiz, B.C., the Provincial 
Government ard the Corporation of the District of 
Kent, B.C., each to contribute a like amount 

Fraser River — Improvements 

Fraser River — Lower — Operation of snag boat 

Gabriola Island (Centre) — Wharf repairs 

Gibson's Landing — Wharf rerairs 

Grace Harbour — Wharf repairs 

Grantham's Landing — Wharf repair.-i 

Harbours and Rivers Generally — Repairs and improve- 
ments 

Heriot Bay — Wharf repairs 

Jeune Landing — Wharf 

Kootenay Bay — Reconstruction of float 

Maples — Wharf repairs 

Nanaimo — Improvements to wharf and float 

New Westminster — Wharf repairs 

New Massett — Wharf repairs 

Nootka Island — Wharf repairs 

Okanagan River — Reconstruction of Dam 

Penticton — Recon8tructif)n of wharf 

Phipps Point, Hornby Island — Extension to lamling 

Port Albemi— Assembly wharf 

Port Clements — Wharf repairs 

Port Coquiilam — Float 

Port Simpson — Renewal of wharf approach 

Powell Rive^-Breakwatcr— The Powell Ri\ . r ( ,, , l.td. 
to ccntribnto one-half of cost 

Powell River — Whatf improvcnu : 

Quathiaski Cove— Float 



29,748 29 



40 00 

2.078 20 
5,875 88 
2,604 



2.755 98 



275 39 
8,564 61 

4,306 01 
4,333 20 



1,215 85 
1,029 86 
1,188 29 
3,451 00 
847 30 
4,653 96 

3,387 94 
1,954 88 
2,359 41 
1,781 18 
1.679 06 
2,696 17 
11,389 68 
2.019 60 



1,000 00 

149 .556 80 

22,655 99 

2.596 71 

3.121 23 

991 44 

1 .047 24 

57.073 44 
1 . 199 25 
7.994 85 
1.937 51 
1,119 75 
77 40 
1,501 76 
2,271 26 
3,692 47 

150 00 
1,549 54 
1,399 06 

127 35 
2.9JW 39 
1,726 20 
8,602 02 

19.372 89 
9,592 78 
1,126 00 



3,151.685 47 



7,355,382 64 



43,103 11 



17,529 21 



Carried forward. 



344,134 61 3.212,217 79 



7,355,382 64 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



115 



Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



Ota 



cts 



eta. 



Brought forward 

CoKSTBCcnoN, Maintsnance, Repaibs, Etc.— Con. 
Habboubs and Rivirs — Concluded ' 



British Columbia — Concluded 

Quatr'ino — Wharf re airs 

Ru-well's Landing — Wharf repairs 

Sandspit — Wharf repairs 

Salmon Arm — Wha.f repairs 

Seton Lake — W^harf 

Shaw's Landing — Replacement of float 

Sidney — Maintenance of ferry slip 

Sooke — Wharf repairs 

Sturdies Bay — Wharf repairs 

Summerland — Wharf repairs 

Sunshine Bay— Wharf repairs 

Tofino — Wharf repairs 

Ucluelet East — Renewal of float and approach . 
Vancouver— Stanley Park — Foreshore protection. 

Vancouver — Wharf repairs 

Victoria Harbour— Dredging 

West Bay, Gambier Island — Float replacement. . 
Whaletown— Wharf rei airs 



344,134 51 



1,490 50 
1.5*92 75 
2,512 19 
5,560 47 
3.482 10 
1,800 00 
2,700 00 
1,400 23 
2,531 67 
1,324 24 

771 92 

36 00 

1,336 49 

7,994 24 

1,211 75 

50,817 35 

960 43 
1.449 50 



3,212,217 79 



7,355,382 64 



Yukon— 

Stewart and Yukon Rivnv — Improvements. 

Generallv — 

Harbours and Rivers Generally 



433,526 34 
6.000 00 

29,251 74 



Total Harbours and Rivers. 



3.679.M6 87 



Dredoino 



Dredging — Maritime Provinces 

Dredging — Ontario and Quebec 

Dredging— Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. 
Dredging— British Columbia 



493,657 84 

533,079 40 

85,220 34 

226.876 14 



1.337.832 72 



Roads and Bridoeb 



Dominion Roads and Bridges Generally • 

International Bridge over St. Croix River between St. Crou, 
N.B.. and Vanceboro, Maine, the Stote of Maine to con- 
tribute a like amount 

Killamey, Man.— Contribution to Provincial Government 

for con-struct ion of bridge 

Kingston— Repairs to La Salle Causeway • • 

Ottawa — Maintenance and repairs to bridges and approaches 
Shellmouth, Man.— Re^irs t<> bridge over Aanniboine river 
St. Marjoiique, Que —Repairs to bridge approaches 



2,800 75 



7.654 66 

3,000 00 
10,997 24 
6.929 96 
1.801 64 
3.968 88 



37.173 05 



TlLBORAPU AND TELEPHONE LlWM 

Nova Scotia — _. ^, 

Cape Breton Telegraph Lino— Extension to Fipew Olen 
Cape Breton Telegraph and Telephone Linee— General 

repairs and improvements ^, ', " ;• ,■. 

Extension of Whycocomagh-Inverness Telephone line to 

Roseburn • • • • .' " ; " .' V ' 1 ' 

Telegraph circuit between Hawkesbury and Anchat. 
Telephone line from Grass Cove to St. Columba 



818 30 

6,776 41 

462 89 

3,081 33 

424 60 



11.663 63l 



Carried forward 
e«3g2-8i 



11,663 631 12,410,384 28 



ne 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Continued 



CtB. 



$ eta. 



t et8. 



Brought forward 

CoNBTBUcnoN, Maintinanci, Repaibs, Etc. — Con. 

Telkgraph ant> Telephone Lines — Con. 

New Brunntpick — 

Telephone line from Grand Anse to Mizonette 



Qutbec — 

Beauport Telephone Line— Extension from St. Brigitte 

de Laval to La Branche 

Extension of Quebec County Telephone Line 

Installation of cable between Cabano and Squatteck. . . . 
Magdalen Islands Telephone Service — General repairs 

and improvements 

Telephone line from cable landing to Notre Dame de 

I'lle Verte 



Ontario — 

Pelce Island Cable 



Sazkaichewan and Alberta — 

Alberta and Saskatchewan Telegraph and Telephone 
Lines — General repairs and improvements 

Battleford— Isle la Crosse Telegraph Line — General re- 
pairs and improvements 

Telegraph line from Meadow Lake to Loon Lake 



British Columbia — 

British Columbia, Northern Distrii I Gencnil rcpairts 
and improvements 

Mainland I'elegraph and Telephone Lines — General re- 
pairs and improvements 

Powell River Line— Extension of line from Buccaneer 
Bay to I^asquet6 Island 

Telephone Line from Barriere to Blucher Hall 

Telephone Line from Likely to Keithley Creek 

Vancouver Island District — General repairs and im 
provcments 

Vancouver Island District— Purchase of cable 



MiSCELLANEOna 

Accounta Branch — Salaries of agents, clerks, travelling and 
contingent expenses of Outside Service 

ArchitecturHl Branch— Salaries of architects, clerks, mes- 
sengers of Outside Service • . 

Com|>assionat« allowance to Flossie King Laflamme. widow 
of J. K. Laflamme, Senior Assistant engineer at Quebec, 
who was drowned while on duty on October 15, 1926 — 

Compassionate allowance to Napol6on Bellcmare, Sr., father 
of Napol6on Hclloinaro, .Ir., who was drowned while on 
duty at Caughnawaga, Que., on September 21»t, 192.5. . . 

Engineering Branch — Salaries of engineers, inspectors, super- 
intendents, draftsmen, clerks and messengers of Outside 
Service ; 

For operation and maintenance of Inspection Boats 

Ontuity to Adrien Philion who was seriously injured in 1013 
while working on foundation of new Customs House 
building, Ottawa 

Maintenanoe and operation of water storage dams on the 
Ottawa River and tributaries, surveys in connection 
therewith and settlement of land damages 

Monument to Sir Wilfrid Lnurier 

National Gallery of Canada 

National Monument on Connaught Place 



636 22 

209 89 

2,550 43 

1,056 80 

495 88 



12.074 58 

3.985 47 
7,988 64 



4,807 37 

16.00d 65 

11,010 26 
1.613 73 
4,027 32 

21,362 78 
6,751 80 



11,663 63 



1.613 93 



12,410,384 28 



5,939 22 
4,303 13 



24,048 60 



66,082 91 



113.541 41 



22.452 58 
68,126 62 

2,500 00 

1,200 00 



466,328 97 
13,868 90 



1,000 OO 



88.097 01 
10,147 39 
99.886 on 
10.000 00 



Carried forward. 



792.007 52 



12, 623. 925 60 




PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 11 — Continued 
PUBLIC WORKS — Chargeable to Income — Concluded 



117 



Ct8, 



cts. 



OtS. 



Brought forward 

CoNSTBUcnoN', Maintenance, Repaibs, Etc. — Con. 
MracELLANious — Concluded 



River gauging and metering 

Surveys and inspections 

To cover award for permanent partial disability and also 
medical and hospital expenses in the case of Horace 
Sherman Mitchell, telegraph repairer of this department 
at Campobello, N.B., who was injured while attending 
to his duties for the department at Eastport, Me 
U.S.A., and beyond the jurisdiction of any Canadian 
workmen's compensation law 



Subsidieb to Drt Docks (Under Statute) 



Burrard Dry Dock (North Vancouver, B.C.)- 

CoUingwood Dry Dock No. 2 

Montreal Floating Dock 

Port Arthur Dry Dock 

Prince Rupert Floating Dock 

St. John Dry Dock 



Total Public Works Chargeable to Income. 



792.607 52 



16,273 79 
113,059 09 



2.677 50 



12,523,925 60 



112.500 00 
9,208 96 

105,000 00 
37,741 50 
76.970 88 

247,500 00 



924,518 50 



588.621 34 



14.037,365 53 



IIS 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 11 — Concluded 
PUBLIC WORKS— Chargeable to Collection of Revenue 



eta. 



cts 



ct«. 



Sundry Works — 

Collection of Public Works Revenue 

Graving Docks 

Harbours and Rivers 

relegraph and Telephone Lines — 

Alberta and Saskatchewan 

British Columbia — Mainland 

British Columbia — Northern District......... 

British Columbia — Vancouver Island District 
Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces. 

Prince Edward Island and the Mainland 

Telegraph and Telephone Service — Generally. 
Yukon System (Ash croft-Da w.son) 



2,131 20 

169,908 23 

44,735 40 



108,7.37 26 
82,797 91 
71.494 71 

129,022 36 

190,275 32 
6,946 66 
•4,607 96 

131.887 07 



216.774 83 



725.769 25 



942,544 08 



Appendix No. 12 

Details of Expenditure of the Department of National Defence on account of 
Adjustment of War Claims, Militia Services, for the fiscal year ended 
March 31, 1928. 



cts. 



cts. 



Canadian War Graves 

Civilian employees 

Estates of deceased soldiers. . . 
Freight und cartage on stores 

Historical section 

IassaI expenses 

Medals and memorial cros-^s. 

Miscellaneous 

Ordnance services 

Pay and allowances 

Postage 

Printing and stationery 

Separation allowances 

War Service gratuity 

Washington memorial 



22.002 16 
5.162 90 
1,480 16 

16,513 81 

22,268 16 

305 34 

924 45 

2,713 26 

16.088 20 
6,024 86 
1.688 99 
2.205 73 

14,524 08 
9,681 06 

11.046 89 



132.630 05 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



119 



Appendix No. 13 
INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS 



From what Source Received 

and 

Nature of Investment 



Time 



To 

what date 

paid 



Rate 
|of In- 
terest 



Amount 
Invested 



Interest Realised 



Steriing 



Currency 



Sinking Funds 
Loan of 1909-S4 
Canadian Securities 



Loan of 1930-50 
Canadian Securities 



Loan of 19^0^0 
Canadian Securities 



Canadian Securities — 



War Loan 1916-31. 
War Loan 1917-37. 



Total Sinking Funds. 



1 year, 
i year, 
i year. 
J year, 
i year. 
\ year, 
i year. 
1 year. , 



1 year. 
\ year, 
i year. 
1 year, 
i year, 
i year. 
1 year. 



1 year, 
i year. 
} year. 
1 year. 
J year, 
i year. 
1 year. 



1} year. 
1 year . . 



Oct. 
July 
Jan. 
June 
Dec. 
July 
Jan. 
Oct. 



Oct. 
July 
Jan. 
Dec. 
July 
Jan. 
Oct. 



Oct. 

July 

Jan. 

Dec. 

July 

Jan. 

Oct. 



1927 
1927 
1928 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1928 
192 



1927 
1927 
1928 
1927 
1927 
1928 
1927 



1927 
1927 
1928 
1927 
1927 
1928 
1927 



p.c. 



2\ 
3 
3 
3J 

^! 

3i 
4 



2i 

3 

3 

3§ 

3i 

31 

4 



2i 
3 
3 
3i 

1! 

4 



£ s. d. 



£ 8. d. 



110,552 
279.205 
282,705 
1,233,658 
1,249,268 
866,690 
916,454 
251,775 



2,763 16 

4,188 1 

4,240 11 
21,589 
21,862 3 
15,167 1 
16.037 18 11 
10,071 2 



I cts. 



13,450 54 
20.381 96 
20.637 49 
105.066 57 
106.396 02 
73.813 10 
78,051 33 
49,012 24 



95,919 14 3 



466.809 27 



95.943 19 1 
573.591 13 10 
596.591 13 10 
189.527 6 1 
.505,254 1 1 
2.636,58613 4 
868,359 8 10 



2.398 12 

8,603 17 

8,948 17 

6.633 9 

43,841 19 

46,140 5 

34.734 7 



11,673 18 

41,872 19 

43,551 19 

32,282 82 

213,364 15 

224,549 30 

169,040 62 



151,301 8 



7b6,333 45 



64.778 6 2 
294,317 18 8 
324,417 18 8 
130.868 16 2 
1.050,916 3 3 
1,076,226 11 
628,819 10 10 



1,619 9 

4.414 15 

4,866 5 

4,580 8 

18.391 

18.833 19 

25.152 15 



7.881 36 
21,485 22 
23.682 52 
22.291 32 
89,503 03 
91,658 58 
122,410 22 



77.858 13 7 



378,912 25 



April 1, 1928 
Mar. 1, 1928 



S cts. 

779,300 00 
379,800 00 



325.079 15 10 

I cts 

59,947 50 
18.990 00 



1.582,054 97 



78,937 50 



Loans to Banks 

Under the Finance Act, Chap. 
70. R.S. 1927 



Various. 



Loans to Provinces 
British Columbia 



Manitoba. 



1 year.. 

1 year. . 
1 year. . 
19 days 



Dec. 31, 1927 

Dec. 1, 1927 

Feb. 15, 1928 

Deo. 20, 1927 



1,701,500 00 

1,430,000 00 
895,000 00 
166,000 00 



71.500 00 

19,750 00 

429 45 



1,660,992 47 



524,202 39 



85.076 00 



91,679 45 



Carried forward. 



2,361,949 21 



120 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 13 — Continued 
INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS— Con^mticd 



From what Soorce Received 
and 
Nature of Investment 



Time 



To 

what date 

paid 



Rate 
of In- 
terest 



Amount 
Invested 



Interest 
Realized 



Total 



p.c. 



cts. 



cts. 



Brought forward . 



Loans to Provinces— Cob. 



New Brunswick. 



Nova Scotia. 



Ontario. 



Prince Edward Island. 
Quebec 



FoREiON Governments 

Belgian Government (Sale of 

horses) 

Greek Government Loan 



Roumanian Government Loan 
Harbour Deben- 



Montreal 
tures. ., 



Vancouver Harbour Deben- 
tures 



1 year.. 
1 year. 
J year. 
J year. 

1 year. 
1 year. 
1 year. 
I year. 
1 year. 
1 year. 

i year. 
122 days 
J year. . 
121 days 
J year. . 
77 days, 
i year. . 
65 days. 

1 year. . 

Various 



1 year. . 
J year. . 
J year. . 
V'arious 

1 year. . 



1 year. . 
J year. 
87 day .s. 
IJ year. 
J year. . 
Various 
1 year. . 
Various 



i year. . 

Various 
4 year 
Various 



Oct. 16, 

Dec, 28, 

July 22, 

Jan. 22, 



1927 
1927 
1927 
1928 



Nov. 


11. 


1927 


Nov. 


20. 


1927 


Feb. 


19, 


1928 


Mar. 


1, 


1928 


Mar. 


15. 


1928 


.\pril 


2, 


1928 



.July 31. 
Nov. 30. 
-A.ug. 1 , 
Nov. 30. 
Sept. 14. 
Nov. 30. 
Sept. 26. 
Nov. 30. 



1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 



Oct. 17, 1927 
Dec. 31, 1927 



Mar. 12, 1928 
June 30. 1927 
Dec. 31, 1927 



April 1, 1928 



July 1, 

Jan. 1. 

Sept. 26. 

Jan. 1 . 

Jan. 1 . 

Ian. 1, 

Jan. 1, 

Jan. 1 . 



July 1, 

July 1, 

Jan. 1, 

Jan. 1, 



1927 
1928 
1927 
1928 
1927 
1927 
1928 
1928 



1927 
1927 
1928 
1928 



Seed Gratii and Relief Ad- 
vanoea 



517.000 00 
285,000 00 
506.000 00 
481,000 00 

300.000 00 
200,000 00 
200,000 00 
300,000 00 
500.000 00 
37,000 00 



4,250, 
4,250, 
2.000, 
2,000, 
600, 
600, 
2,500, 
2,500, 



000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 



50,000 00 
7,317,402 72 



4.528.336 00 
7.475,000 00 
7,380,000 00 



23,9€9,720 00 



9,250.000 00 

8,250.000 00 

1,000,000 00 

17.235.000 00 

19.560.000 00 

840,000 00 

20.390.000 00 

1,835,000 00 



13,810 900 00 
696.000 00 

14.406.900 00 
946,000 00 



25,850 00 
14.250 00 
12.6.'>0 CO 
12.025 00 



15,000 00 
10.000 00 
10.000 00 
15,000 OC 
25.000 00 
1,850 00 



106,2.''0 00 
71,027 39 
50,000 00 
33,1.50 6j 
15.000 00 
6.328 76 
62.500 00 
22.260 27 



186.875 00 
184,. 500 CO 
83,748 72 



277.600 00 

123,7.'^0 00 

7,150 68 

904.837 50 

488,750 00 

4.487 71 

1,019.600 00 

23,628 76 



345.272 60 

10,315 06 

360,172 50 

7.571 91 



8ou>nB AND Gbnbrai. Land 
Sbttlxmbnt 

Soldier land settlement loans. 
General land netticment loans. 



Carried forward . 



Various 
Various 



Various 
Various 



2.026.842 80 
43,780 21 



I cts. 
2.361,949 21 



64.775 00 



76,850 00 



366,517 10 
2,500 00 

366,880 70 



226,416 80 



455.123 72 
958,780 00 



2,849,604 65 



723,^1 97 
119,741 85 



2,069.623 01 



10,642.094 01 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 13 — Concluded 
INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS— Concluded 



12f 



From what Source Received 

and 

Nature of Investment 


Tim* 


To 

what date 
paid 


Rate 
of In- 
terest 


Amount 
Invested 


Interest 
Realised 


Total 








p.c. 


1 eta. 


S eta. 


$ eta. 
10.642,094 01 


MnanxAKiouB 

Interest on Current Account 
with the— 
Bank of Montreal, London 
England 


Various 

Various 
lyear.. 


Dec. 31, 1927 

Jan. 31, 1928 
Mar. 31, 1928 






63,284 88 

43,815 53 
81,713 45 

8,008 77 
12, £99 92 

10.005 44 
58.944 38 
17.356 00 




Bank of Montreal, New 
York 








Other Current Accounts 








Interest on Special Funds — 
Bank of Montreal, Montreal. 








Canadian Government Mer- 
chant Marine — 
Interest on Ships Sold 


Various 

Various 
1 year. . 
1 year.. 


Various 

Various 

Jan. 1, 1928 

July 1. 1927 


Va- 
rious 

.6 

4 
4 






Montreal Turnpike Trust Cor- 
poration — 
Interest under Commuta- 






Province of Quebec Debt Ac- 
count 


1,473,609 63 
433.900 00 




St. John Bridge and Railway 
Extension Company 


295,728 37 








10,937,822 38 



122 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 14 



Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the fiscal year 

ended March 31, 1928. 



From Whom Received and Nature of Receipts 


$ cts. 


t cts. 


$ eta. 


Agriculture — 

Car inspection 




65,713 51 

113 85 

7,071 80 

12,665 33 

379 00 

3,877 43 

16,420 08 

186.080 91 

473 95 

1,701 93 

11.576 99 

38,393 57 




Cleaning seed grain 






Fumigating charges 






Inspection fees and health certificates 






Prise money 






Race track supervision 


25.480 28 
21.602 85 




Less payments 








Refunds of previous year's expenditure 






Sale of produce — Experimental Farms 






Sale of publications 






Sale of sundries 






Seed testing charges 






Sundry fees 










344,468 35 


Archives — 

f'opying 


13 00 
1 30 


Refunds of previous year's expenditure 










14 30 
10.417 25 


Cttil Service Commission — 

Examination fees 




External Affairs — 

Passport fees 


145.116 83 
1.533 86 


143,582 97 
914 40 

163 34 
642 00 


Less — Refunds 








Refunds of previous year's expenditure 






Refunds of previous year's expenditure High Commis- 
sionera office 














19.370 84 

933 90 

214 76 

15.991 79 

700 34 

16.277 42 

2.586 75 

25.391 22 

1.269 02 

924 33 

1 25 


145,202 71 


Finance — 

Rank inspection 


83,661 62 
368,240 62 






Departmental deposits unclaimed 




Interest on excess circulation 




Refunds of previous vcar's expenditure 




Registration and insurance fees 




Registration fees — Bank Act 




Re Mont-gomety Escheat case 




Sale of pulp 




Sterling exchange refunds 




Sundries 








Royal Mint — 

Charges for making assays 


25 60 

263 96 

79.010 67 

249 64 

10 32 

1 50 

14.785 96 

547 33 

213 19 

41.663 45 

19.071 90 

207.598 60 

517 89 

1.427 88 

915 77 

169 .34 

36 00 

1.731 82 








Charges for refining gold 




Charges for refining silver 




ChargiBS for repairing balance 




Charges for rolling silver 




Charges for striking Confederation medals 








Excess value of gold shipped to New York 




Profit on copper coinage 




Profit on gold coinage 




Profit on nickel coinage 




Profit on silver roinafce 

Profit on sale of bronxo used in medals 




Sale of fine silver 




Sale of nickel brockagcs 




Sale of silver proof plate 




Sale of silver sweep 












451,902 24 








952,004 85 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 14 — Continued 



123 



Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1928 — Continued 



From Whom Received and Natore of Receipts 



t eta. 



cts. 



flU. 



Brought forward . 



HealU^— 

Fees — Food and drug analysis 

" Opium and narcotic drug licenses 

" Patent medicine license and registration.. 

Fumigation of ships 

Hospital care of passengers. . . ; 

Refunds of previous year's expenditoie 

Sale of sundries 

Use of launch Erelyn 



House of Commong — 

Private bills 

Less — Refunds. . . 



33.227 48 
3.716 50 



Refunds of previous year's expenditure. 
Sale of sundries 



Immigration and Colonization — 

Commission on telephones 

Interest on trust account 

Letter of identification fees 

Refund for good.s lost or damaged in transit. 

Refunds of previous year's expenditure 

Rents 

Sale of sundries 



Indian Affairs — 

Collections 

Interest on trust funds 

Refunds from trust funds , 

Refunds of previous year's expenditure. 

Rents , 

Sale of sundries , 



Intyranee — 

Rounds of previous year's expenditure. 



Interior — 

Refund for goods lost in transit 

Refunds of previous year's expenditure 

Registration fees — Yukon 

Sale of sundries — 



25 00 

13.630 33 

316 00 

27 00 



Less— Unclaimed estates— Yukon. 



Jutftee— 

Adjustment of judges' salaries 

Advertising in Canada law reports. 
Penitentiaries— Sundry receipts.. . . 
Refund of costs reversed— Rex a*. Mi 
Refunds of previous year's expeBditim 

Sale of Exchequer Court reports 

Sale of Supreme Court report* 

SherifT fees— Dawson 



Lthour — 

Sale of publications 

Subscriptions to the Gaiett*. 



4.346 00 

3.320 30 

6.511 00 

22,253 50 

14.3.M 00 

549 65 

87 00 

1.800 00 



29,510 98 

15 00 

630 



1 90 

54 97 

920 00 

32 81 

7.761 66 

158 17 

170 60 



1,549 84 
173 61 
5.960 85 
7.481 47 
2.466 83 
2.189 40 



13.996 33 
1.752 26 



083 

1.177 00 

8.909 36 

103 85 

2.118 81 

87 92 

11.173 00 

75 00 



76 51 
1.349 22 



952,004 85 



53.221 45 



29.532 28 



9,100 11 



19.824 00 
113 70 



12,M«08 



Carried forward. 



23. M5 46 



1.425 73 
1,101.113 60 



124 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 14 — Continued 



Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 192S-—C ontintied 



From Whom Received and Nature of Receipts 



Brought forward . 



Marine and Fisheries — 
Marine Branch — 

Conscience money 

Examination of masters and mates 

Marine register 

Pilots' license fees 

Quit claims of water lots 

Radio revenue 

Refunds for damage done 

Refunds of previous year's expenditure. 

Rent of equipment 

Other rents 

Sale of publications 

Sale of sundries 

Signal station dues , 

Sundry fees 

Wireless apparatus and officers fees 



Fisheries Branch — 

Fish culture 

Lists of names furnished 

Modus Vivendi licenses 

Pelagic sealing 

Refunds of previous year's expenditure. 

Rents 

Sale of sundries 

Unused ticket . . 



Mines — 

As.say and mineral examination fees. . . . 

Explosive permits 

Profit on sale of bullion to Royal Mint. 
Refunds of previous year's expenditure. 

Sale of publ ications 

Sale of sundries 



National Defence— 

Bank interest 

Barrack damages 

Commission on telephones 

Printing mapR 

Privileges granted 

Purchase of discharges 

Refunds of previous year's expenditure. 

Rent of stores and equipment 

Other rents 

Sale of Government property 

Sale of movables 

Sale of mindries 

WireleM stations 



Air Service — 

Air harbour licenses 

Air transportation 

Air worthiness 

Breakage deposit 

Private pilots' license fee.-< 

Registration fees 

Sale of photographs 



Carried forward 1. 778. 914 « 



cts 



30 00 

5,002 00 

46 75 

90 00 

101 00 

64,218 60 

295 45 

52,979 93 

1,552 70 

11,668 76 

4,000 41 

27,9i)7 88 

1,110 00 

33 00 

250.173 80 



196 55 

90 59 

186 00 

95.014 07 

7,417 79 

319 00 

1,036 71 

13 00 



1,764 4"= 

106 09 

25 47 

916 04 

388 00 

13.913 03 

9.794 31 

9.532 22 

14.174 53 

17.466 26 

51,. 582 14 

100 00 

24,503 58 



125 00 

704 00 

386 00 

9 73 

10 00 

370 00 

3.369 95 



cts. 



419,300 28 



104,273 71 



58 45 
648 25 
652 43 
432 32 
,804 08 
391 50 



144,266 12 



4.973 68 



ots. 



1.101.113 60 



523.573 9» 



4.987 03 



149.239 80 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 14 — Continued 



t25 



Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 192S— Continued 



From Whom Received and Nature of Receipts 



cts. 



eta. 



cts. 



Brought forward. 



National Revenue — 
Customs and Excise — 
Bonded factory and warehouse fees — 

Bribe money 

Brokers' licenses 

Cartage 

Certified copies 

Commission on telephones 

Conscience money 

Excess cash on hand 

Extra services 

Interest on arrears of sales tax 

Interei«t on tourist's deposit 

Labels 

Landing certificates 

Law stamps 

Outstanding cheques 

Over-remittanc*' 

Refunds of previous year's expenditure. 

Rents 

Replaced stamps 

Sale of sundries 

Sale of unclaimed goods 

Storage charRes 

Tobacco stamping 

Unclaimed bonds 



171, 

52, 



12, 



134 87 

10 00 
800 00 
154 49 
903 50 
4 49 
611 96 

53 00 
993 81 

30 00 

3 90 

019 61 

60 

170 45 

881 78 

10 

902 27 

159 75 

52 24 
218 66 
136 91 
153 89 
254 80 
260 44 



Taxation Branch — 

Law costs — Income tax — 

Refunds of previous year's expenditure. 

Sale of waste paper 

Unclaimed refunds of income tax 



7.953 49 
169 38 
314 83 
954 20 



Pott Office— 

Refunds of previous year's expenditure. 



Printing and Stationerv — 

Profits on stationery for the year 

Sale of publications 

Sale of waste paper 

Surplus for the year — Printing branch. 



Public Work*-^ 

Commission on telephones 

Conscience money 

Earnings of dredges and plants 

Electric current hupnlied 

Payment on claim King r«. Burgees . . 

Privileges granted 

Refund for damage done 

Refunds of previous year's expenditure. 

Rent of equipment 

Other rents 

Sale of blue print«, photo work, etc 

Sale of movables 

Sale of real estate 

Sale of sundries 

Unclaimed retircinent fund cheque. . . 
Water collections 



Carried forward. 



1,778,914 48 



420,911 52 



9.391 90 



18.553 82 
60. 175 22 
15.800 30 
36,065 32 



3.723 A4 

15 00 

8,258 15 

151 45 

500 

1 00 

105 05 

5.546 71 

964 46| 

83.532 51 

5.OB0 12 

18.294 74 

65,059(34 

486 SS 

43 

129 46 



430.303 43 
3,624 49 



130,594 66 



191.371 30 



2,534,806 35 



126 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 14 — Concluded 



Statement of Casual Revenue paid to the Receiver General for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1928 — Concluded 



From Whom Received and Nature of Receipts 


t cts. 


S cts. 


1 eta. 


Brouaht forwRnl ... . 






2,534,808 35 


RailiDai/a and Canals — 

Commission on telephones 




27 40 

5 00 

23 55 

147,493 87 

15 50 

7,721 09 

15 39 

10,143 94 

3,766 63 

66 54 

3,534 04 

362 06 




Electric current supplied 






Interest earned 






Interest on railway subsidies 






I^abour and material supplied 






Refund f^r flamn^e done 






Refund for work done 






Refunds of previous year's expenditure 






Rent of equipment 






Revenue from pas ing steamships through canals alter 
they have been officially closed 






Sale of sundries, including empties 






Sale of publications 










173,175 01 
9,419 7^ 


Royal Canadian Mounted Police — 

Refunds of previous year's expenditure 




Secretary of State — 

Fees 




698,922 31 
62.107 57 


Less refunds 










646,814 74 


Senate— 

Certified copies 


849 45 
30,160 62 


Private bills 


33,509 44 
3,348 82 














2 00 
180,608 07 


31.010 07 


Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment — 

Conscience money 


180,610 07 
26,741 51 


Refunds of previous year's expenditure , . . 




Pensions Commission — 
Refunds of previous year's expenditure 










207.351 58 


Soldier SeUlement Board— 

Refunds of previous year's expenditure 


117 19 
369 30 


Rentals 










486 49 


Trade and Commerce — 

Bank interest 


49 16 

144 37 

2,028 82 

2 80 

3 00 
1,672 90 

485 39 

17,912 26 

31 64 

839 84 


Certificate fees 






Commercial intelligence service 






Interest coup:)ns on rent bonds 






Refund for lost articles 






Refunds of previous year's expenditure 






Rentals 






Revenue from motion picture bureau 






Sale of publications 






Sale of sundries , 










23,170 18 








3,626,236 13 




PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
Appendix No. 15 



127 



Statement of Fines and Forfeitures, including Seizures, for the fiscal year 

ended March 31, 1928 



From Whom Received and Nature of Receipto 



Agriculture — 

Animal Contagious Diseases Act. 

Dairy Industry Act 

Fruit Act 

Live Stock Act 

Seed Act 



t cts. 



Finance — 

Contractors' securities forfeited 

Penalty — Sections 149 and 150, Bank Act. 



HeaUh— 

Food and Drug Act — penalties 

Opium and Narcotic Drug Act — penalties.. 
Patent Medicine Act — penalties 



Immigration and Colonization — 

Immigration Acts 

Chinese Immigration Act.. 

Insurance — 

Loan Companies Act 



Interior — 

Forestry Reserve Act 

Migratory Birds Act 

Northwest Game Act 

Northwest Territories Act. 
Park regulations 



Justice — 

Police Magistrate, Amprior, Ont , 

Police Magistrate, Dawson, Y.T 

Police Magistrate, Moncton, N.B 

Police Magistrate, Riviere du Loup, Que. 



Labour — 

Combines Investigation Act. 

Marine and Fisheries — 

Marine Acta 

Fisheries Acts 



Mines — 

Explosives Act. 



National Defence — 

Air Board Acts 

Militia Acts 

Fine f'lr purchasing stolen militia stores 

Fine under the Crmiinal Code, Halifax, N.S. 



S'ational Revenue — 
Customs and Exdte — 

Customs seisures t 7»9,M1 65 

Excise seizures 181 . 275 00 



Less refunds of seizures. 



961,217 25 
005,741 04 



Seizures generally 

Deposits forfeited — tourists 

Deposits forfeited— on perishable goods.. 
Excise War Tax Act 



Carried forward. 



375.470 21 

7.985 81 

50 00 

10 00 

10.571 23 



t cts 



972 00 
4.165 11 

153 00 
4,684 86 

357 00 



525 00 
100 00 



6.812 55 

3,643 20 

50 00 



72.542 19 
3.500 00 



162 45 
022 00 
100 00 
563 00 
1.875 53 



15 00 

52 00 

119 39 

1 00 



4,225 25 
11,423 36 



700 00 
15 00 
40 00 
20 00 



304,003 25 



304,093 26 



I cts. 



10.332 07 
625 00 

10,505 75 

76.042 19 
500 00 



3,622 98 



187 39 
23,810 89 

15,648 8) 
205 OC 



774 a 



147 9H 88 



128 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 15 — Concluded 

Statement of Fines and Forfeitures, including Seizures, for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 192S—Concliuied 



From Whom Received and Nature of Receipts 



I cts. 



$ cts. 



t cts. 



Brought fonraid. 

National Rcrcnue-~ 
Taxation Branch — 

Income Tax Act , 

Penalty T. 3-4-5 

Less — refunds of penalties 



11,097 76 
200 24 



18,853 17 
10,807 52 



Poat Office- 
Poet Office Acta. 



Public Works- 
Forfeiture for non-completion of contract . 



Railicayf and CanaU — 

Railway Acts 

(.'anal Regulations. 



Trade and Commerce — 

Census Act 

Electric Light and Gas Act. . . 
Gold and Silver Marking Act. 

Statistical regulation-s 

Weights and Measures Act. . . . , 



394,093 25 



29,750 69 



7 00 
20 00 



20 00 
20 00 
50 00 
40 00 
170 00 



142,254 88 



423,843 94 
1,013 97 

700 00 



27 00 



300 00 
568,139 79 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 16 

Pbemium, Discount and Exchange — Revenue 



489 









Amount 




From what soaree re(%ived 


Rate 


Amount 


of 
Revenue 


Total 








S cto. 


$ eU. 


Premium, etc., on sundry iUnu — 










Finance — Canadian Government Merchant Mar- 










ine 








12 19 


Immigration and Colonization 








25 46 


Marine and Fisheriea— Fisheries Branch 








14 25 


National Defence 








1 20 


National Revenue 






309 

18 45 




" " Income Tax Branch 














21 54 

1 19 


Soldiers' Civil Re--establiahment 








Soldier Settlement Board 








393 20 


Trade and Commerce 








1 80 






i:"'8.d. 






Discount on Sterling Exchange Purchased. . . . 


4S4i 


200,000 


3.583 33 






4-84H 


200.000 


3.458 33 






4-85 


200,000 


3.333 33 






4-8» 


400.000 


5.666 66 






4-85i 


105.626 5 


1.232 31 






4-8665 


300,000 


50 00 


17.323 96 






Diaooant on Stock purchased for Sinking Funds 


69} 


94.500 


139.119 74 






70i 


200 


289 57 






80| 


42.3^ 19 11 


40.200 13 






80i 


46.200 


43,000 65 






81 


35,066 12 


32.443 41 






81f 


89,462 17 10 


82.179 11 






81 


l.fOO 


1.368 75 






81 


8,756 11 6 


7.937 11 






81 


4.000 


3.577 00 






81} 


10.500 


9.261 87 






82J 


20.650 


17.963 78 






82A 


21.500 


18.637 81 






82H 
82i 


250 


210 62 






5.804 1 1 


5.013 74 






82J 


25.400 


21.632 33 






83 


3.500 


2,746 62 






84 


21.000 


16.096 50 






84 


2.000 


1,520 S3 






84 


13.100 


9.802 07 






84} 


24.700 


18.331 52 






8&} 


4.200 


2.963 80 






85f, 


2.000 


1.405 25 






85 


1.000 


099 56 






85 


1.373 2 7 


952 27 






85 


19.225 13 


13.216 04 






86{ 


5.000 


3.376 25 






86^ 
90| 


2.100 


1.405 25 






2.300 


1.049 37 






91 A 
91} 


10.000 


4.349 68 






20.000 


8.395 00 






91 
91 


59.241 13 3 


24.506 30 






1.000 


407 S6 






92 


8.310 2 3 


3.235 40 






921 


850 


325 76 






92 


58,463 19 2 


22,050 67 






92 


10.500 


3.896 37 






921 


18,900 


4.927 50 








5.200 


1.804 37 






92} 


7.725 


2.728 64 


67S,0M 14 






t cts. 


t cts. 


Dinmont on New York Funds Purchased 


tH 


500.000 00 


39 06 






tt 


500.000 00 


78 12 






Ti* 


1.000.000 00 


646 87 






Hk 


300.000 00 


234 87 






t 


500.000 00 


646 86 






1.900.000 00 


1.876 00 




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S.3S0 28 








8M.2U 27 



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130 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 17 

Superannuation Revenue 





Superannua- 
tion Fund 
No. 1 


Superannua- 
tion Fund 
No. 2 


Auriculturo 


$ cts. 
84 00 


1 cts. 




46 20 


House o( Commons ' 


54 71 

1 80 
20 89 


127 40 


Interior ^ 




National Revenue 


260 02 




94 fiO 


Post Office 


7 98 
300 


543 96 


Secretary of State 






23 33 


Interest allowed on Fund No. 2 . .■ 




108,642 06 








Deduct — PaymentB to superannuated employees, Fund No. 2 


172 38 


109,737 47 
41,864 00 










172 38 


67.873 47 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 18 

Superannuation Fund No. 5 for year ended March 31, 1928 



131 



Department 



Agriculture 

Archives 

Auditor General's Office 

Civil Service Commission. . 

External Affairs 

Finance 

Fisheries 

Office of the Secretary to the 
Governor General 

Health 

High Commissioner's Office. . 

House of Commons 

Immigration and Colonisation 

Induin Affairs 

Insiu^nce 

Interior 

Justice 

Labour 

Library of Parliament 

Marine 

Mines 

National Defence 

National Revenue 

Income Tax 

Patent and Copyright Office. . 

Board of Pension Commission- 
ers 

Post Office 

Printing and Stationery 

Privy Council 

Public Works 

Railways and Canals 

Royal Canadian Moanted 
Police 

Secretary of State 

Senate 

Soldiers' Civil Re-establish- 
ment 

Soldier Settlement Board. . , 

Trade and Commerce 



Contributions 



S cts 

112.389 43 

7.135 20 

14.863 77 

8,394 56 

4,283 78 

17.152 45 

20,866 97 

1,001 4€ 
20,978 79 

2,523 78 
11,197 33 
64,409 56 
31,521 70 

4,518 04 

205,141 02 

27,619 22 

9,294 73 

1,557 39 

119,415 87 

30,887 58 

56.151 07 

322.671 92 

71,357 24 

7,028 52 

4,768 57 

519,203 10 

33,380 69 

1.654 41 

131,897 43 

57.834 40 

4,937 71 
4,543 47 
3,319 54 

14, CS 72 

1,296 60 

85,632 70 



2.034.881 72 



Leas refunds 



cts. 

141 49 
7 00 

683 79 
5 50 



10 70 
8 11 


180 23 
155 88 

8259 

132 92 


167 90 
8 53 





10,403 70 
397 00 
295 80 

3,220 95 
63 01 



2,550 38 



360 66 
27 91 

10 06 
4 75 



128 351 
96 71 



19.143 94 



Net 
contributions 



Traufenfrom 

BctinoMiit 

Fond 



i cts. 

112.247 94 

7.128 20 

14,179 98 

8.389 06 

4.283 78 

17,141 75 

20,858 86 

1,001 46 
20,796 56 

2.367 90 
11,197 33 
64,326 97 
31.388 78 

4,513 04 

204,973 12 

27,610 69 

9,294 73 

1,557 39 

109,012 17 

30.490 58 

55.855 27 

319,450 97 

71,294 23 

7,028 52 

4.768 57 

516,6.';2 72 

33.380 00 

1,654 41 

131,536 77 

57,806 49 

4.927 63 
4,538 72 
3,319 54 

14.053 72 

1,168 25 

85,535 99 



2.015 737 T8 



By Balance March 31 , 1927 

By Contributions less refunds 

By Contributions recovered from retired employees. 

By Retirement Fund transferred 

By Interest at 4% to March 31. 1928 

By Transfer from Consolidated Fund 

To Annuities paid to March 31 , 1928 

To Gratuities paid to March 31. 1928 

To Withdrawal Allowances paid to March 31. 190.. 
To Balance transferred to fiscal year 1928-2) 



By Balance March 31. 1928. 



$ cts. 
22.956 28 



1.240 26 
936 22 



2.515 58 
5.978 91 

6.213 27 

1.214 86 



10.393 15 

13.850 17 

8.560 72 

231 57 

53,946 43 



3,315 15 



14,027 93 
3,474 58 
5.039 06 

58.168 91 



620 80 

182.001 11 

474 19 



2.365 95 
11,584 54 



1,475 23 



11,043 82 



421.718 60 



Dr. 



cts. 



386,135 15 

44.8iM)26 

61, Sn 31 

19.881.701 96 



a0.374.0M 68 



Total 



% cts. 
135,204 32 

7,128 ao 

15,490 24 

9.82S28 

4.283 78 

10.657 33 

^.837 77 

' 7,214 73 

32,011 42 

2,307 90 

21,500 48 

78,177 14 

39.949 50 

4,749 61 

258,919 55 

27,610 60 

12,609 88 

1,557 39 

123,040 10 

33.965 1« 

60.894 33 

377.619 88 

71,294 23 

7,028 52 

5.389 37 

608.743 83 

33,854 88 

1.654 41 

133,902 72 

60,391 03 

4,927 68 
6.013 05 
3.319 54 

14,053 72 

1.168 25 

96,579 81 



2,4S7.4M 47 



Cr. 



I cts. 

854.854 »4 
015.737 78 
12.589168 
421.718 m 
666.960 67 
402.210 32 



20.374.064 68 



10.881.701 96 



«l3«2-«i 



132 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 
Appendix No. 19 



Statement showing the Loans authorized, amounts issued and redeemed, and 
the balance negotiable under the several acts of Parliament on March 31, 
1928. 



— 


Dr. 


$ cts. 


— 


Cr. 


S cts. 


1927 
April 1 


To Balance 


176,820.104 04 
818.266 53 


1928 
Mar. 31 


By Balance negotiable 






To payments over receipts 
in Saving Bank 


177,638.370 57 




To Balance negotiable 






177.638.370 57 


177,638,370 67 


1928 
April 1 


177.638.370 57 





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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 135 

Appendix No. 21 

DECAYED PILOTS' FUND 
In Account with the Dominion of Canada 

1927 
April 1— Balance from March 31, 1927 $ 98,087 tO 

Receipts April 1. 1927 to March 31, 1928 14,767 82 

Interest on Bonda — 

War Loan 1916-31, S 300 00 

War Loan 1917-37, 1 year 125 00 

Victory Loan 1917, 1 year 622 fiO 

Victo^ Loan 1919, 1 year 650 00 

Refunding Loan 1923, 1 year 800 00 

Province of Ontario 5% Bonds, 1 year 1,200 00 

Province of Manitoba 6% Bonds, 1 year 360 00 

Province of Quebec 6% Bonds, 1 year 240 00 

Province of Quebec 4 j% Bonds, 1 year 225 00 

Refunding Loan 1926. 1 year 270 00 

S 4,592 50 

Interest on deposit with Government 398 90 

t 117,846 ta 
Less Pensions to Pilots and Widows 12.000 00 

t 105.846 62 

Gain for year 17,759.02. 

1928 

Mar. 31 — Cash on deposit with Government $ 18,846 62 

Bonds held by Government as under— 

5% War Loan 1916-31 S 4.000 00 

5% War Loan 1917-37 2,500 00 

5% Refunding Loan 1923 16,000 00 

5i% Victory Ix)an 1917 9,500 00 

5|% Victorv Loan 1919 10,000 00 

4}% Refunding Loan 1926 6,000 00 

5% Province of Ontario Bonds 24.000 00 

6% Province of Manitoba Bonds 6.000 00 

4*% Province of Quebec Bonds 5,000 00 

6% Province of Queljec Bonds 4.000 00 

S 87,000 00 

I 105,846 62 

Appendix No. 22 

HALIFAX PILOTS' FUND 

In Account with the Dominion op Canada 

April 1— Balance from March 31 , 1927 1 70. 133 65 

Receipts from April 1, 1927 to Mwch 31, 1928 6.360 55 

Interest on Bonds — ^ ^ ..^^ ^^ 

Victory I^an 1917, 1 year • 2,200 00 

Victory Ixmn 1919. 1 year ~2 ''9 

Refunding Ix>an 1924. 1 year 157 50 

Refunding I^an 1926 382 50 

Dominion of Canada Stock 1930-50, 1 yewr 109 02 . -^ ^o 

Discount on $5,000 Refunding Loan 1926 Bonds purchased at 93.50 ito S 

Interest on deposit with Government "" ^ 

t 79.068 60 

Less Pensions to Pilots and Widows • • 3, 149 84 

Len Interest on $5,000, 1926 Refunding Loan Bonds purchased, 14 

<»*y'»***% t^ S.,68 47 



I 76.930 IS 



Gain for year $6,796.43. 

Mar. 31— Cash on deposit with Government • 7,5M 80 

Bonds and stock held by Government as under— ^« ««« «« 

54% Victory Ix)an 1917 1 f5*22S 22 

64% Victory Loan 1919 '2'S2 22 

44% Refunding Loan 1924 '•52222 

Refunding Loan 1926 4 '222 22 



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1930-50 Dominion of Canada Stock $.89$ S$ 



fl8.S93SS 
75.930 1$ 



136 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 23 

ST. JOHN PILOTS' PENSION FUND 
In Account with the Dominion of Canada 

1927 

April 1— Balance from Marrh 31, 1927 $ 39,603 28 

Receipts from April 1, 1927 to March 31, 1928 «. 171 81 

Interest on Bonds — 

War I^an 1916-31 $ 76 00 

War Ix>an 1917-37, 1 year 50 00 

Victory Ix)an 1919, 1 year 330 00 

Refunaing I>oan 1924, 1 year 247 50 

Refunding Loan 1926 337 50 

Province of New Brunswick Bonds, 1 year 852 50 

J gQ2 50 

Discount on $5,000 Refunding Loan 1926 Bonds at 99.50 ' 25 00 

Interest on deposit with Government 87 48 



$ 47,820 05 

Less Pensions to Pilots and Widows, 1926 $ 6,165 10 

Less Interest on 15,000, Refunding Loan Bonds purchased, 14 days 

at 4J% 8 63 



6.173 73 



S 41,646 32 

Gain for year $1,975.58. 
1928 

Mar. 31 — Cash on deposit with Government $ 2, 648 32 

Bonds held by Government as under — 

5% War Loan 1916-31 $ 1,000 00 

6% War Ix)an 1917-37 1,000 GO 

54% Victory Loan 1919 6,000 00 

44% Refunding I^an 1924 5,500 00 

4i% Refunding Ixjan 1926 10,000 00 

6i% Province of New Brunswick Bonds 15,500 00 



39,000 00 



$ 41.648 32 



Appendix No. 24 

SYDNEY PILOTS' PENSION FUND 

In Account with the Dominion of Canada 

1927 

April 1— Balance from March 31, 1927 $ 28,988 24 

Receipts from April 1, 1927 to March 31, 1923 8.096,85 

Interest on Bonds — 

War Loan 1916-31 $ 75 00 

Victory Loan 1917, 1 year 110 00 

Victory Loan 1918, 1 year 110 00 

Victory Loan 1919, 1 year 429 00 

Refunding Ixian 1925. 1 year 135 00 

Refunding Loan 1926 337 60 

—- 1,196 60 

Discount on $9,000, Refunding Loan 1926 Bonds, purchased at 99.50 45 00 

Interest on deposit with Government 212 10 

$ 38.638 60 

Less Pensions to Pilots and Widows I 4,024 98 

Less Interest on $9,000, Refunding Loan 1926 Bonds purchased, 14 

days at 4i% 16 53 



4.040 51 



$ 34.498 18 

Gain for year $5,509.94. 
1928 

Mar. 31— Cash on deposit with Government $ 8,698 18 

Bonds held by Government, as under — 

6% War Loan 1916-31 $ 1.000 00 

W% Victory Loan 1918 2.000 00 

5§% Victory Loan 1919 7,800 00 

4|% Refunding Loan 1926 3.000 00 

41% Refunding Loan 1926 12,000 00 

$ 25,800 00 



34.498 18 



Non— $2,000 Victory Loan 1917 Bonds redeemed December 1, 1927. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



137 



Appendix No. 25 
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY 

/N ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA 

Authorized issue of £1,622,586 19s. 9d. guaranteed by the Doniinion of Canada 

(Chapter 11, Acts of 1908) 





Dr. 


Cr. 


By proceeds of sale of £1.263.698 19s. 9d., or $6,150,000. 3J 

per cent first mortjpiKe debenture stock sold en bloc for. .S 6,000.000 00 
Less exchange at $4-862142 in transfer to Canada 5.577 08 


t cts. 


t cU. 




5,994,422 92 


By proceeds of £358,888 3| per cent first mortgaKe debenture 
stock sold in March. 1911, at a net price to the company 

of 92, £330.176 198. 2d | 1,606.861 19 

Liess exchange in transfer to Canada 4, 326 51 






1.602.534 68 
425.822 02 


By interest accrued to Nov. 30, 1927, on deposits 




To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates from 
the Government Kngi"'^'".. , 


7,442.348 31 
580,433 31 


To balance 










8,022,779 62 


8.022.779 62 


March 31, 1928, By balance 




580.433 31 



Appendix No. 26 
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA 

Authorized issue of $45,000,000 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 
(Chapter 20, Acts of 1914) 



Dr. 



Cr. 



By advance made by Dominion Government, August to December, 1914. 
against pledge of $12,500,000 of 4 per cent bonds, advance being by issue 
of Dominion Notes at various times and subsequently confirmed by 
Legislation, Chap. 4-5. Geo. V, Acts of 1915 

By proceeds sale of £3,000,000 4 per cent bonds in July, 1914, at a net price 
to the company of 9H £2.745,000 $13,359,000 00 

By profit on exchange in transfer to Canada 109,361 32 



$ cts 



By proceeds sale of £500,000 4 per cent bonds in February. 1915. at a price 
to the company of 91 plus accrued 

interest £ 455,000 

Accrued interest 7. 145 6 6 



£ 462.145 6 
To Io88 on exchange in transfer to Canada 



5 $ 2.249.107 23 
8,279 55 



By advance made by Columbia Trust Co.. New York, September, 1915, 
against pledge of $15,333,333.34. 4 per cent bonds, said bonds being 
ptodged as security for the repayment of notes iflsa«>d by the company. 
dneSeptember 1. 1917, for $11,500,000. TbeM notM were sold on a 6 
per cent basis less undemTiting claims, the net proceeds being 

On September 1, 1917, when these notes came due to enable the company 
to take them up the Government advanced to the oomp«uiy ^.981.021 .03 
against security of $15,306,334 of the above 4 per cent bonds, the remain- 
inK Ixtnds $27,000 were sold under the option given to holders of the notes 
at the price of 79 per cent, and the difTerenco in proceeds, namely 6- 7075^ 
reverted to the credit of this account being t 1.811 03 

By gain on exchange from New York 33 95 



By interest accrued to Nov. 30. 1927 ■.■■•w:A' 

To amount of payments made to the company under sundry C«rttficat«* 

from the Government Engineer 

To balance • 



$ cts. 
10,000,000 00 
13,468,361 32 

2,240.827 68 
11,084,880 00 

1,844 98 
330, Oro 24 



87.12S.848 II 
2,555 11 



37.125,903 22 



87.135.908 21 



March 31. 1928. By balance. 



8.U5 II 



T38 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 27 
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN ONTARIO RAILWAY COMPANY 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA 

Authorized issue of £7,350,000 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 

(Chapter 6, Acts of 1911) 



Dr. 



Cr. 



Proceeds of £7,000,000 3J per cent first 

murtKugc debenture stock sold at a net 

price to the company of 90i £6,352,500 $30,915,600 00 

Less exchange in transfer to Canada 1, 531 34 



cts. 



By advance made by the Guaranty Trust Company of New York, July, 

1913, on £293,837 first mortgage debenture stock pledged as security 

By proceeds of sale of £33,561 in July, 

1914, of this stock at a net price of 88. . . £ 29, 533 14 
By advance made by Lloyds Bank Ltd., 

"ixindon, on £22,602 of above stock 
pledged as security (£70 advanced 
July, 1914, for each £100 of pledged 
securities) 15,821 8 



$ cts. 

30,913,968 66 
1,001,004 71 



45,355 2 



$ 220,728 15 
188 84 



By profit on exchange in transfer to Canada. 

By interest accrued to Nov. 30, 1927, on deposits 

To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 

from the Government Engineer 

T6 balance 



220.916 99 
1,585.215 30 



33,005,146 44 
715,959 22 



33,721,105 66 



33,721.105 66 



M arch 3 1 , 1 928 . By balance . 



715,959 22 



Appendix No. 28 
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN ALBERTA RAILWAY COMPANY 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA 

Authorized issue of £647,260 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 
(Chapter 6, Acts of 1910, as amended by Chapter 8, Acts of 1912) 



Dr. 



Cr. 



By proceeds of sale of £647,260 in October. 1011, Z\ per cent 
first mortgage debenture stock at a net price to the com- 
pany of 92, £595,479 4 «. Od S 2,897,998 77 

Less exchange in transfer to Canada 7, 819 69 



cts 



By interest accrued to Nov. 30, 1927, on deposits — 

To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 
from the Government Engineer 



cts. 



2,890.170 08 
84,382 31 



To balance . 



2,952,897 03 
21,664 36 



2,074,661 30 2.974,561 30 



March 31. 1028. By baUinco. 



21,664 36 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



139 



Appendix No. 29 
THE CANADIAN NORTHERN ALBERTA RAILWAY COMPANY 

IN ACCOUNT WITH THE MINISTER OF FINANCE AND RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA 

Authorized issue of £733,561 guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada 
(Chapter 7, Acts of 1912) 



Dr. 



Cr. 



By proceeds of £410,959 issue, 3J per cent debenture stock 
sold in November, 1912, at a net price to the company of 
90, £369,863 28. Od S 1.800,000 13 

Loss on transfer to Canada 13 



cts. 



By advances made by the Canadian Bank of Commerce, July, 1913, on the 
pledging of $1,350,000 3 J per cent debenture stock ($70 advanced for each 
$100 pledged) ; 

By advances made by the Guaranty Trust Company of New ^Crk, Jul\ , 
1913, on £45,206 3J per cent debenture stock pledged as scturity 

By interest accrued to Nov. 30, 1927, on deposits 

To amount of payments made to the company under sundry certificates 
from the Government P^ngineer 

To balance 



cto. 



1.800.000 00 



945.000 00 

154.001 77 
43.641 18 



2.927,440 00 
15.202 95 



2.942,642 95 



2.942.642 95 



March 31, 1928. By balance. 



15.202 95 



140 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 30 

INDIAN TRUST FUND 

Showing transactions in connection with tlie Fund during the year ended 
March 31, 1928. 



Service 



Debit 



Credit 



ctfl. 



Balance, March 31, 1927 

Collections on land sales, timber and stone dues, rents, fines and fees. 

Interest for year ended March 31 , 1928 

Legislative grants to supplement the funds 

Outstanding cheques. 1925-26 

Credit Transfers during the year 

Expenditure during the year 

Debit Transfers during the year 

Balance. March 31 . 1928 



12.860 
942 
653 

7 



1,262.003 84 

125 00 

13,203,366 84 



cts. 

953 09 
976 61 
946 12 
000 00 
99 76 
519 50 



14,465,495 68 



14,465,495 68 



Appendix No. 31 

Dominion Note Circulation 



Denomination 


March 31, 
1924 


March 31, 
1925 


March 31. 
1926 


March 31. 
1927 


March 31, 
1928 


$ 1 


$ cts. 

16,491,335 00 

12,051,572 50 

34,915 00 

2,975 625 00 

150 00 

2.022,000 00 

4,209,000 00 

982,000 00 

96,840,000 00 

79,700,000 00 

1.290,715 30 

27,691 53 


$ cts. 

16,294,009 00 

11,617,597 50 

34,259 00 

1,959,850 00 

650 00 

1,826,000 00 

3,306,000 00 

655,000 00 

24,240.000 00 

145.550.000 00 

1.301.036 43 

27,686 53 


$ cts. 

16,943.453 50 

12.231,463 50 

33,547 00 

428,672 50 

650 00 

1,790,500 00 

3,344.000 00 

648,000 00 

16,600,000 00 

129.200,000 00 

1,335.494 19 

27.623 53 


i cts. 

17,428.020 50 

12,609,981 50 

33,071 00 

700,147 50 

650 00 

1,736,000 00 

4,103,000 00 

433,000 00 

9,950.000 00 

123.800.000 00 

1.346.145 19 

27.623 63 


S cts. 

18.100 000 50 


2 


13,039,459 60 


4 


32,635 00 


5 


294,072 60 


60 


650 00 


800 


1,791,600 00 


1,000 


4,244,000 00 


1.000 Special 

6,000 Special 

50.000 Special 

Fractional 


281.000 00 

7.810.000 00 

141.650.000 00 

1,360,648 68 


Provincial 


27.623 63 








216,625,004 33 


206,712,088 46 


182.583.404 22 


172.167.639 22 


188.631.489 61 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



141 



Appendix No. 32 
Dominion Notes Withdrawn from Circulation and Destrotbd 



Deoominationa 



193»-24 



1924-25 



1925-26 



192«-27 



1927-28 



Fractionala... 

$1 

t2 

U 

15 

$50 

Provindals.. . 

1500 

$1.000 

$500 Special... 
$1,000 Special. 
$5,000 Special. 
$50,000 Special 

Total... 



134 

18.146 

12,755 

1 

1,576 

3 

518 

745, 

2 

2.877! 

235.900, 

74,400, 



cts. 

,637 12 
,925 50 
939 00 
032 00 
,330 00 
,600 00 
18 72 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 



177, 
19.187, 
13,358, 

1.777, 



995, 

1.241, 

1, 

21,954, 

116.475, 

299.400, 



eta. 

679 62 
105 00 
049 00 
744 00 
075 00 
400 00 
5 00 
500 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 



$ cts. 

182.527 24 

21,994.9U 50 

16.766,314 00 

712 00 

1,373,727 50 



$ cts. 

172,450 00 

20,405,;^ 00 

15,189,788 00 

476 00 

601.850 00 



$ cts. 

178,816 61 

21.725.052 00 

16.277.078 00 

436 00 

376.735 00 



63 00 
15.063.000 00 
10.573,000 00 



1.761,000 00 
14,K*2,000 00 



1.009.000 00 
2,624,000 00 



271.000 00 
1.930,000 00 
3.800.000 00 



354.000 00 

3.720.000 00 

17,100,000 00 



264,000 00 
7.330.000 00 
8.600.000 00 



347.060.482 34 



474.567,557 62 



71,955,288 24 



74,157,487 00 



58.385,117 61 



Appendix No. 33 

Dominion Notes Issued and Redeemed and in Circulation 



Fiscal Year 



Notes 

in circulation 

April 1 



Notes held by 

Asst. Rec's 

General 

April 1 



New Notes 

Issued during 

year 



Notes 

Withdrawn 

and destroyed 

during year 



Notes held by 

Asst. Rec's 

General 

March 31. 1928 



Notes 

in circulation 

March 31. 

1928 



1912-13.. 
1913-14.. 
1914-15.. 
'915-16.. 
1916-17.. 
1917-18.. 
1918-19.. 
1919-20.. 
1920-21.. 
1921-22.. 
1922-23.. 
1923-24. . 
1924-25.. 
1925-26. . 
1926-27.. 
1927-28.. 



113,443, 
112,101, 
117,795, 
157.056, 
177,943, 
183,248, 
250,798, 
298.058, 
311.032, 
277.882, 
241,461, 
242,657, 
216,625, 
206,712, 
182.583, 
172.167, 



cts. 

633 40 
885 65 

638 53 
118 91 
131 54 
986 79 
860 92 
697 67 
791 92 
884 92 
426 42 
765 42 
004 33 
088 46 
404 22 

639 22 



cts. 



cts. 



406,318 
849,045 
075.653 
626. 678 
284.180 
880.156 
547. 161 
733.154 
254.131 
310.159 
188,872 
634,319 
261,547 
925.906 
295.802 
112,580 



39, 
44, 
59, 
55, 
35, 
152, 
99, 
45, 
98, 
34, 
51, 
462, 
373, 
65, 
71, 
45, 



949.522 
870.977 
054.750 
597.250 
370.750 
019.000 
791.250 
138.500 
964.000 
420.500 
144.550 
654.950 
319.000 
196.500 
558.500 
578,500 



33, 
34, 
28, 
25, 
29, 
32, 
33, 
39, 
44, 
44, 
44, 
347, 
474, 
71, 
74, 
58, 



% cts. 

648,54( 00 
950,615 87 

243.244 62 
917,736 12 
468,918 75 
a02,120 87 
345,420 25 
743,428 25 
957.879 50 

963.245 50 
502,764 00 
060.482 34 
567,557 62 
955.288 24 
157.487 00 
385.117 61 



eU. 



cts. 



268,843,112 00 



188,631.489 $1 



142 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 34 

Silver Recoinage Statement 





Amount 
withdrawn 
for recoinage 
face value 


Amount 

withdrawn 

for recoinage 

net value 


Amount 
recoined 
face value 


Loss on 
recoinage 


Gain on 
recoinage 


April 30, 1914..: 


1 cts. 

997.735 21 

106.015 65 

156.830 00 

93.687 15 

79.205 65 

66.679 80 

58.896 35 

68.083 05 

273.588 05 

177.786 95 

148.502 35 

136,044 05 

279.057 60 

716,407 45 

524.757 65 


1 cts. 

988,691 .57 

104,132 63 

154,243 85 

92,093 28 

77,817 03 

65,540 75 

58,134 99 

67.246 05 

272,614 31 

176,733 26 

146,538 74 

133,806 96 

277,124 80 

713,592 41 

522.001 46 


1 cts. 

928,5.39 00 
96,893 15 

14.% .3.54 10 
85.506 45 
72.131 20 
60,516 50 
57.641 00 
71.584 45 

133.784 15 


f cts. 

60.152 57 
7,239 48 

10,889 75 

6.586 83 

5,685 83 

5,024 25 

493 99 


1 cts. 


March 31. 1915 




March 31. 1916 




Marc-h3l. 1917 




March 31, 1918 




March 31. 1919.. 




March 31. 1920 




March 31. 1921 


4,338 40 
8,360 39 


March .31, 1922 




March 31. 1923 




March 31, 1924 








March 31, 1925 








March 31, 1926.. 








March 31, 1927 








March 31, 1928 


117.024 00 




11,127 7« 










3.882.276 96 


3.850,312 09 


1.766.974 00 


96,072 70 


23,826 55 



Balance held for Recoinage. net value. March 31. 1928: $2,011,091.94. 



-■:.—. Appendix No. 35 
Copper Recoinage Statement 



-»i> i j-rr' i 


Amount 

withdrawn 

for recoinage 

(ace value 


Amount 

withdrawn 

for recoinage 

net value 


Amount 
recoined 
face value 


Loss on 
recoinage ; 


-lX. - 

Gain on 
recoinage 


March 31, 1914 i. 


$ eta. 

321 49 

46 50 

54 43 

75 56 

62 84 

89 02 

123 96 

1.57 27 

464 88 

347 79 

378 77 

311 29 

617 73 

5.403 12 

744 99 


S cts. 

284 64 

36 23 

41 02 

58 67 

47 38 

68 22 

96 17 

124 49 

3.59 87 

286 71 

.301 01 

2.50 16 

415 60 

5.289 13 

618 14 


S eta. 

272 31 
43 78 
51 58 
72 04 
59 50 
83 82 
118 94 
262 43 


1 eta. 
12 33 


f .^- 


March 31, 19l6 . 


7 85 


March 31. 1916 [. 




10 51 


March .31, 1917 




13 9f7 


March 31. 1918 




^'> ^'}. 


March 31, 1919 


15 OU 


March 31. 1920 


'}•> 77 


March 31, 1921 




137 94 


March .31, 1922 






March 31. 1923 


1,088 50 

532 18 

595 98 

8.53 34 

7.863 46 

1.922 66 




577 68 


March 31. 192* 




264 93 


>f arch 31, 1 924. 




302 48 


March 31. I92(K..:::;rf.;. ;., . 




433 37 


March 31, 1927 ., !. 




3.388 07 


March 31, 1928 




851 62 










9.099 64 


8.277 44 


13.820 47 


12 33 


6.038 01 



Balance held for Recoinage. nc*t value. March 31, 1928: 1482.65. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



143 



Appendix No. 36 

Dominion Notes Issued to Assistant Receivers General 



Denom inations 



FnctuMial.... 

SI 

12 

$5 

$500 

$1,000 

$1,000 Special 
$5,000 
$50,000 " 

Total 



192»-24 



1934—25 



$ 

144, 

18.796, 

13.112, 

7,510, 

477, 

675, 

2.440, 

104,500, 

315.000, 



cts. 
450 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 
500 00 
000 00 
000 00 
000 00 



000 00 285 



$ cts. 
185.000 00 
,124.000 00 
,960,000 00 
,120.000 00 
520,000 00 
500,000 00 
500,000 00! 
410,000 00 
000,000 00 



1925—26 



$ eta. 

227,500 00 
22,480.000 00 
17.424.000 00 



14.595,000 00 
10.420.000 00 



462,654,950 00i373, 319,000 004 65,196,500 00 



50,000 00 



1926—27 



$ cU. 

177.500 00 

21,888,000 00 

15,728.000 00 

40.000 00 

1.875,000 00 

15,950.000 00 

250.000.00 

15.650.000 00 



71.558.500 OOl 



1927—28 



$ cto. 

192.500 00 
21.760.000 00 
16.576.000 00 



1.200.000 00 

3,800.000 00 

800.000 00 

2,250.000 00 



45,578,500 00 



Appendix No. 37 

Statement showing One and Two Dollar Dominion Notes in Circulation- 
Total amount of Dominion Notes and Bank Notes in Circulation and amount 
of Gold held by the Receiver General, March 31, 1882, to March 31, 1928. 



Year 



One and Two 

Dollar Notes in 

Circulation 



Total 

Dominion Notes 

in Circulation 



Bank Notes 

in 
Circulation 



Gold held 

by the Receiver 

General* 



1882 

1883 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893...... 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1913 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 

*922 

1923 

1924 

1926 

1926.. ..A. 

1927 

1928 



$ cU 

5,675,413 00 

5,809,538 00 

5,427,385 00 

5,290.655 00 

5.195,631 00 

5,761,588 00 

5,933,659 00 

5,852,398 00 

5,974,395 00 

6,262,728 00 

6,211.976 00 

6,526,193 00 

6,362,517 00 

6,339,008 00 

6,606,214 00 

6,711.754 00 

7.306,574 00 

7.902,076 00 

8.599,618 00 

9,136,829 00 

9,546.552 00 

10.671.569 00 

11.241.646 00 

11.616.702 00 

12.697,203 00 

14,427,814 00 

14,119.524 00 

14.215,537 00 

15.728.209 00 

17.155.996 00 
19.356.015 00 

20.783.997 00 
20,605,876 00 

20.236.008 50 
21,927,267 60 
24,041,642 50 

25.771.009 50 
27,378,740 00 
29,789,653 00 
29,275,112 00 
26,722,658 50 
27,775,672 00 
28,542,907 50 
27,911,606 SO 
39.174.917 00 
30.038,002 00 
31.139,460 00 



$ cts. 

14,315,437 77 

15,801.769 08 

16.901.296 46 

15.600.166 86 

16.858.838 28 

14,781.270 78 

15.931.679 11 

15.110.965 33 

15.228.780 65 

16.156.465 48 

16,213,525 76 

17,587,711 66 

19,548,102 45 

20,946.237 12 

18.791.747 62 

21,987.613 26 

21.142.624 76 

22.933.078 39 

24.452.442 52 

28.498.519 52 

29.868.112 05 

33,777.733 58 

39,777.381 33 

47.839.250 33 

47.201,260 22 

54.794.596 86 

60.455.991 36 

79.351.080 50 

87.134.068 50 

89.994.270 25 

113.443.633 40 

112.101.885 65 

117.795.638 53 

157.056.118 91 

177.943.131 54 

183,248,986 79 

250,798,860 92 

296,058,697 67 

311,933,791 92 

277.883.884 92 

241,461.426 42 

242,657,765 42 

216,625,004 83 

206.713.068 46 

182,583.404 33 

173.167.6S9 33 

188.631.489 61 



$ cts 
32.947.260 04 
34,617.813 62 

30.197.882 51 
29.791.262 85 
29.959.916 55 
31.521.420 43 
31,985,285 27 
32,471,522 09 
31,704,281 61 
33,020.661 30 
32,483.965 00 

33.430.883 00 
30,702,607 00 
29,414,796 00 

30.789.457 00 
31.062.521 00 
35.930.065 00 
38.409.227 00 
43.814.918 00 
47.611.967 00 
52.442.982 00 
58,283,484 00 
59,760,119 00 
58,721,173 00 
65,991,818 00 
76.346,013 00 
69.047.892 00 

68.706.458 00 
78.265.822 00 
81,938,753 00 
95,918,404 00 

102,202,047 00 
96,848,384 00 
96,666,544 00 
114,804,604 00 
148,265,140 00 
191,058.404 00 
214.676,870 00 
225.760.638 00 
306.094.668 00 
162.651.S67 00 
173.S58.S6S 00 
170.850.&56 00 
157.888.000 00 
163.9fi2.SS5 00 
163,807.855 00 
176.805.067 00 



$ cts. 

2,149,461 92 

> 2.381,288 51 

2,548.794 52 

2.345,525 44 

4.060,046 84 

2,516,972 36 

3.452,022 09 

3,925,994 19 

3,017,109 53 

3,789.704 31 

3,728.463 S6 

5,550.381 86 

7.624.381 36 

9.175.245 43 

7.049.897 33 

10.380.205 87 

9.779.170 07 

11.768.191 25 

10.829.263 02 

15.159,300 02 

15,939,896 55 

20.702,144 06 

27,377,814 83 

35.813,970 43 

32,617,209 02 

87,619,506 81 

41.689.751 SI 

61.581.665 45 

60.736.110 85 

74.150.771 40 

98.803.S95 14 

96.507.113 81 

101.161.366 If 

94,644.483 44 

120,031,683 96 

ll.H.561.838 50 

119.941.748 93 

131.141.183 07 

10t.S90.4&5 48 

83.381.0M 0S 

84.349.497 86 

138.740. ISO SI 

108.830.2S9 56 

133.811.151 13 

98.418.636 91 

100.886.M3 U 

«6.(B4.>73 88 



*lnelade8 amount held as reserve scainst Savings Bank Deposit*. 



144 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 38 



Statement showing Amount of Canadian Gold Coin issued by Mint to 

March 31, 1928 





March 31, 
1913 


March 31. 
1914 


March 31, 
1915 


March 31. 
1916 


Total 


Montreal 


S 

185,000 

280.000 

32.500 

37.500 

8.000 

125.000 

162.500 

898,325 

3.885 


S 
45.000 


S 


1 


S 
230.000 


Toronto 






280,000 


Halifax 




A 




32.500 


St. John, N.B 








37.500 


Charlottetown 








8.000 


Winnipeg 








125,000 


Victoria 








162.500 


Ottawa 


2.151,410 
1.070 


897.170 
40.525 


635 


3,947,440 


By|Mint 


45,480 










1,732,710 


2.197.480 


937.695 


535 


4,868,420 



$6 1,388,060 

$10 3 . 480. 360 



Nont.— First ooin issued May 10, 1912. 

No Cakadiak Gold Coitr Ibsuxd Sincb 1016 



4,868,420 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



Appendix No. 39 



145 



Coinage (in dollar and cent denomination) executed at the Royal Mint, Lon- 
don, and the Mint, Birmingham, for Canada, during the years 1858 to 1907; 
also coinage struck for New Brunswick and Nova Scotia before Confeder- 
ation in 1867, and for Prince Edward Island before 1873, when that Prov- 
ince entered the Confederation, and coined and issued by the Royal Mint, 
Ottawa, January 1, 1908, to December 31, 1927. 



Year 


Silver 


Nickel 


Bronx* 


60 cents 


25 cents 


20 cents 


10 cents 


5 cents 


Total 


1858 


S 


$ cts. 


% 

150.000 


S 

125.000 


% 
75,000 


% cts. 
350.000 00 


S 


S 

100.000 

95,790 

1.114 


1859 








1860 
















1861 
















ra ;io,ooo 
rb;io,ooo 

fa; 

rb;io.ooo 
rojio.ooo 
rbjio.ooo 


1861 
















1862 






30,000 


15,000 


5,000 


50,000 00 




1862 








1864 






30,000 


10.000 


5,000 


45,000 00 




1864 








1870 


225,000 


225,000 00 




160.000 


140,000 


750,000 00 




(j) 1871 




rc;io.ooo 


1871 


100,000 
40.000 


100,000 00 
560.000 00 
400,000 00 
250.000 00 




80.000 
100.000 

60.000 
100.000 


70,000 

100.000 

40,000 

60,000 




350.000 00 
800.000 00 
500,000 00 
400,000 00 




(j) 1872 






(j) 1874 






(j) 1875 








(j) 1876 






40.000 


(j) 1880 




100,000 00 
205.000 00 
150,000 00 
240.000 00 




150.000 
95.000 

100,000 
30.000 
15,000 
40,000 
80,000 
35.000 
50.000 
60,000 
45.000 
80,000 
52,000 
50.000 
50.000 


150,000 
75,000 
60.000 
30.000 
10.000 
50.000 
85.000 
25.000 
60.000 
60.000 
60.000 
90.000 
43.000 
85.000 
25.000 


400,000 00 
450,000 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 

25,000 00 
138,000 00 
300.000 00 

85.000 00 
230.000 00 
136.585 00 
155.000 00 
200.000 00 
298.000 00 
160.000 00 
144,618 00 






(j) 1881 


75,000 




20,000 


(j) 1882 




40,000 


(j) 1883 








1884 . .. 






25.000 


1885 




48.000 00 

135,000 00 

25,000 00 

100,000 00 

r<i;i6.585 00 

50,000 00 

30.000 00 

127.500 00 

25.000 00 

55.000 00 




.. . . 




1886 






15,000 


1887 






16,000 


1888 


30.000 




40,000 


1889 






(i) 1890 

1891 


10,000 




10,000 




Cj;14.525 


1892 


75,500 




12.000 


1893 ... . 




20.000 


1894 


(t) 14,518 




10.000 


1895 




12,000 


1896 








65.000 


75.000 


140.000 00 




20,000 


1897 










16.000 


1898 


50.000 






72.000 


95.000 


217.000 00 






(j) 1898 








10,000 


1899 


25.000 
59,000 


r/;i03.895 00 
330.000 00 




120.000 
110.000 


150.000 
90.000 


398.895 00 
689.000 00 




24,000 


lOflfl 




10.000 


(j) 1900 




26.000 


1901 

1902 

(i) 1902 


40.666 
60.000 


160,000 00 

116.000 00 

200.000 00 

ra;2ll,537 50 




120.000 
72.00b 
110,000 
50.000 
132.000 
100.000 
100.000 
170.000 
262,000 


100,000 
106.000 
110,000 
60.000 
132.000 
120.000 
130.000 
166.000 
280.000 


420.000 00 
364.000 00 
420.000 00 
311.5;{7 60 
334.000 00 
360,000 00 
460.000 00 
809.460 76 
1.194,000 00 




41.000 




30.000 






1903 






40.000 


(}) 1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 

(i) 1907 


76.666 

30.000 

20.000 

175.000 

150,000 






100.000 00 

200.000 00 

(%J309.460 76 

522.000 00 






26.000 




20.000 




41,000 




84.000 




8.000 


1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 

1912 


7.700 
126,600 
243.600 
162.000 
160.600 


22,025 00 
403,900 00 
660,300 00 
622.000 00 
622.500 00 




14,900 
210,300 
837.000 
367,700 
334,600 


18.400 
127.600 
223.100 
239,300 
284,800 


63,025 00 

868.300 00 

1.464.000 00 

1,391.000 00 

1,392.000 00 




21. 804 




39.300 




42.080 




64.480 




60.000 






Forward 


1 1.939.418 


7.425,703 25 


210,000 


4,329.400 


3.828.800 


17,733,321 W 




1.071.833 



68382—10 



146 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 39 — Concluded 

Coinage (in dollar and cent denomination) executed at the Royal Mint, London, 
and the Mint, Birmingham, for Canada, during the years, 1858 to 1907, 
etc. — Concluded. 



Year 


Silver 


Nickel 


BmnM 


50 cents 


25 cents 


20 cents 


10 cents 


5 cents 


Total 


Brought 
forward 


t 

1,939.418 

138,000 

80,500 

6,000 
190.000 
334.000 
434.000 
538,000 
122,000 

4,000 


S cts. 

7,425.703 25 

447.000 00 

303.500 00 

92.000 00 

439.700 00 

786.000 00 

1,056,000 00 

1,470,000 00 

262,000 00 

14.000 00 

6,000 00 

2,000 00 


1 

210,000 


S 

4,329,400 

326,000 

194.000 

68.000 

464.300 

508.200 

574.000 

834.044 

508.000 

40.000 

18,000 

26,000 


S 

3,828,800 
264,000 
156,002 

40,000 
208,000 
234,000 
338,000 
434,000 
446,000 

70,000 


S cts. 

17,733,321 25 

1.175.000 00 

734.002 00 

206.000 00 

1.302.000 00 

1,862.200 00 

2.402.000 00 

3.276,044 00 

1,338,000 00 

128,000 00 

24,000 00 

28,000 00 


S 


% 

1,071,833 


1913 




55,600 


1914 




36,100 


1915 




50,400 


1916 




110,700 


1917 




116,900 


1918 




131,917 


1919 




123,800 


1920 




200,385 


1921 




60,700 


1922 


69,000 
127,000 

74,500 
126,000 
168,500 
249,000 


12,400 


1923 






19,300 


1924 






11,900 


1925 


2.000 






12.000 
26.000 
144.000 




14,000 00 

50.000 00 

574,000 00 


22,100 


1926 


24,000 00 
4.30.000 00 






28,200 


1927 






37 500 










Total 


3.787.918 


12,7.57,903 25 


210,000 


8.071.944 


6,018,802 


30,846.567 25 


814,000 


2.088,735 



Note. — (a) New Brunswick coinage, (b) Nova Scotia coinaRe. (c) Prince Edwaid Island coinage. 
(d) Recoined from withdrawn 20 cent pieces of the nominal value of $17,074. (e) Recoined from withdrawn 
20 cent pieces of the nominal value of $15,000. (f) Including $18,895, recoined from withdrawn 20 cent pieces 
of the nominal value of $9,500 and worn silver coin of the estimated value of $10,500. (g) Partly produced 
from worn silver coin of the nominal value of $11,686.75. (h) Partly produced from the worn silver coin of 
the nominal value of $2,000. (») Including $4,525, produced from old copper and bronze coin, (j) Cobed 
»t the Mint, Birmingham. 

The change from large to small copper coin was made May 17, 1920. 

Appendix No. 40 

Statement showing amount of United States silver, nickel and bronze coin and 
Newfoundland coin, withdrawn from circulation in Canada and exported 
during the period from April 1, 1910, to March 31, 1928, together with the 
expenditure in connection therewith. 





Totals 1910 to 1927 


Fiscal year 1927-28 


Totals 1910 to 1928 




Unit«d 
States 


New- 
foundland 


Linited 
States 


New- 
foundland 


United 
States 


New- 
foundland 


Ontario 


$ cts. 

5,810.418 73 

2,198,973 99 

239,190 40 

339.448 71 

1,956,689 07 

4,069,417 26 

715,152 17 

541,308 38 

4,986 00 

11,001 00 


$ cts. 

4.000 00 
10.000 00 
44,000 00 

4,000 00 
259 00 


$ cts. 

70:5.2.50 00 

559.7.50 00 

37,100 00 

27.100 00 

168.945 00 

601 .800 00 

70.650 00 

27,900 00 

3,450 00 


$ cts. 

7,000 00 
10.000 00 
.55.000 00 

3,000 00 
700 00 

2.000 00 


S cts. 

6.513,668 73 

2.758,723 99 

276.290 40 

."?66,548 71 

2. 125. .5.34 07 

4.671,217 26 

785.802 17 

569.208 38 

8.435 00 

11.901 00 


% cts. 
11.000 00 


Quebec 


20.000 00 


Nova Scotia 


99.000 00 


New Brunswick 


7.000 00 


Manitoba 


959 00 


Briti^ Columbia 


2.000 00 


Alberta 






Saskatchewan . 








Prince Edward Island 

YtikOB. 


3,000 00 


2,000 00 


6.000 00 












Total 


16387.384 71 


66,269 00 


2.199.945 00 


79.700 00 


18,087.329 71 


144.969 00 








63,443 64 
08.5M20 








53.443 64 
75.828 62 




Eipress charges 


411 78 


12.257 32 


528 18 


939 91 






Total 


117,000 84 


411 73 


12.257 32 


528 18 


129.267 16 


939 91 







PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 41 

No. 1. — Province op Alberta — Subsidy Account 



147 



Date 



1927 
July 1... 

July 2... 
Sept. 1.. 

1928 
Jan. 1... 
Jan. 2... 
March 1 



By } year's subsidy for its local purposes and the support o( its 
Government and Legislature at the rate of 80 cents per head 
per annum on a population of 607,584 as authorized by Sec. 
1. S.S. (1-b) B.N.A. Act, 1907. (Quinquennial Census 
July 1. 1926) 

By J year's allowance for Government and Legislature as au- 
thorized by Sec. 1 S.S. (1-a) B.N.A. Act, 1907 

To cash 

By i year's interest at 5% per annum on debt allowance of 
$8,107.500 

By i year's allowance in lieu of public lands (census 1921), popu- 
lation over 400,000 

To cash 



By i year's subsidy and allowance as above. 

To cash 

By i year's allowances as above 

To cash 



Dt. 



cts. 



33S.033 60 



483,937 50 



338.033 60 



483.937 50 



1,643,942 20 



Cr. 



cts. 



243,033 60 
95.000 00 

202.687 50 
281,250 00 

338.033 60 
483,937 50 



1,643,942 20 



No. 2. — Province of British Columbia — Subsidy Account 



Date 



Dr. 



Cr. 



1927 
July 1.. 

July 2. . 

1928 

Jan. 1... 

Jan. 2... 



By i year's subsidy on population of 524,582 at 80 cents per head 

riT annum (Census of 1921) 
year's allowance under B.N.A. Act, 1907 



By J year's allowance in lieu of lands as authorized by O.C., 



indsor, 16th May. 1871 
By i year's interest at 5 per cent per annum on debt allowance 

of $583.021.40 

To Cash 



By i year's subsidy and allowances as above. 
To Cash 



cU. 



369.408 33 



369,408 33 
738.816 66 



$ cts. 

209.832 80 
95.000 00 

50.000 00 

14.675 53 

366.406 33 

738.81^ 06 



148 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 



Appendix No. 41 — Continued 
No. 3. — Province of Manitoba — Subsidy Account 



Date 




Dr. 


Cr. 


1927 
July 1 


By } year's subsidy for its local purposes and the support of its 

Government and Legislature, at the rate of 80 cents per 

head per annum on a population of 639,056 as authorized 

by Sec. 1, S.S. (1-b) B.N.A. Act 1907. (Quinquennial 

Census July 1, 1926) 


$ cts. 


k ct«. 
255.622 40 




\ year's allowance for Government and Legislature as au- 
thorized by Sec. 1 S.S. (1) B.N.A. Act 1907. 




95.000 00 




i year's allowance as authorized by 2 Geo. V, Cap. 32, Sec. 
5, S.S. 1, in lieu of Public Lands on population between 
400,000 and 800.000. 

(4 of $562,500) S 281,250 00 








Less i year's Swamp Lands 
deduction of 5% on $2,760,- 
856.66 $69,246 41 






Less J year's University Lands 
deduction of 5% on $300,- 

000.00 7,500 00 

76,746 41 


204.503 59 
190,792 09 




By J year's grant of interest at 5% per annum on $7,631,683.85 in 
lieu of debt as authorized by 2 Geo. V, Cap. 32, Sec. 4 




July 2 


To Cash 


745,918 08 




1928 
Jan 1 




745.918 06 


Jan. 2 


To Cash 


745.918 08 












1,491.836 16 


1,491,836 16 



No. 4. — Province of New Brunswick — Subsidy Account 



Date 



Dr. 



Cr. 



1927 
Julyl... 



July 2... 

1928 
Jan. 1... 
Jan. 2... 



By § year's subsidy on population of 387,876 at 80 cents per head 

per annum (Census of 1921) 

§ year's allowance under B.N.A. Act, 1907 

J year's allowance in lieu of export duty on lumber 

\ year's interest at 5% per annum on $529,299.39 debt allow- 
ance 

To Cash 



cts. 



333,382 88 



By i year's subsidy and allowances aa above. 
To Cash 



333,382 88 
666,765 76 



$ cts. 

155,1.50 40 
90,000 00 
75,000 00 

13,232 48 



333,382 88 



666,766 76 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

Appendix No. 41 — Continued 
No. 5. — PROVINCB OF Nova Scotia — Subsidy Account 



149 



Date 

1927 
July 1... 

July 2... 

1928 
Jan. 1... 
Jan. 2... 



By i year's subsidy on population of 523,837 at 80 cents per head 

per annum (Census of 1921) 

i year's allowance under B.N.A. Act, 1907 

i year's interest at 5% per annum on debt aUowanoe of 

$1,055,433.M 

To Cash 



By* 
ToC 



year's subsidy and allowances as above, 
ash 



Dr. 



cts. 



330,920 64 



330,920 64 



661,841 28 



Cr. 



I eta. 

209.534 80 
95.000 00 

26.385 84 



330,920 64 



661,841 28 



No. 6. — Province of Ontario — Subsidy Account 



Date 



Dr. 



Cr. 



1927 
July 1... 

July 2... 

1928 
Jan. 1... 
Jan. 2... 



cts. 



By i year's subsidy on population of 2,933,662 (Census of 1921) — 

2,500.000 at 80 cents per head per annum $ 1,000,000 00 

433,662 at 60 cents per head per annum 130,098 60 

By J year's allowance under 47 Vic, cap. 4. 



4 year's allowance under B.N.A. Act, 1907. 



To Cash 



1.321,305 84 



By i year's subsidy and allowances as above. 
To Cash 



1.321.305 84 



cts 



1.130,008 60 

71.207 24 

120.000 00 



1.321,305 84 



2,642.611 68 



2,642,611 08 



No. 7. — Province of Prince Edward Island — Subsidy Account 



Date 



Dr. 



Cr. 



1927 
July 1... 



By i year's subsidy on population of 109,078 at 80 cents per head 
per annum (Census of 1891 ) 

By I year's allowance under B.N.A. Act, 1907 

By I year's allowance in lieu of lands 

By ♦ year's additional subsidy allowance under 50-51 Vic. c. 8. . 

By } year's further allowance in settlement of steamship service 
claim under 1 Edward 7, cap. 3, section 1 

By i year's interest at 5% per annum on debt of $775,791.83 

To I year's deduction on Land Account balance being 5% per 
annum on $782,402.33 as authorized by O.C. Windsor. 26th 
June, 1873 

To Prince Edward Island Railway for interest on the cost and 
maintenance of the Hillsboro River bridge as authorised 
by 63-64 Vic, cap. 7 



July 2... 

1928 
Jan. 1... 

Jan. 2... 



By i^ year's grant as authorised by 2 Geo. 5. cap. 42, sec. 2. 
To Cash 



By i year's subsidies and allowance* M above. 

To deductions as above 

To Cash 



cts 



19,560 05 

4.875 00 
iM.OMM 



34.435 05 
186.090 94 

421.051 98 



cts. 



43.631 20 
50,000 00 
22,500 00 
10.000 00 

15,000 00 
19.894 70 



50.000 00 
210.525 99 
421.051 98 



150 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE 

Appendix No. 41 — Concluded 
No. 8. — Province of Quebec — Subsidy Account 



Date 



1827 
July 1... 

July 2... 

1928 
Jan. 1... 
Jan. 2... 



By } year's subsidy on population of 2,361,199 at 80 cents per 
head per annum (Census of 1921) 

J year's allowance under 47 Vic, cap. 4 

I year's allowance under B.N. A. Act, 1907 

To cash 



By J year's subsidy and allowances as above. 
To Cash 



Dr. 



cts. 



1,128,209 94 



1,128,209 94 



2,256,419 88 



Cr. 



I cts. 

944,479 60 

63.7.30 34 

120,000 00 



1,128,209 94 



2,256,419 88 



No. 9. — Province of Saskatchewan — Subsidy Account 



Date 



Dr. 



Cr. 



1927 
July 1... 



July 2.. 
Sept. 1. 



By \ year's subsidy for its local purposes and the support of its 
Government and Legislature at the rate of 80 cents per head 
per annum on a population of 821,500 as authorized by 
Section 1 (b) of the B.N.A. Act, 1907, (Quinquennial 
Census Julv 1, 1926) 

By \ year's allowance for Government and Legislature as au- 
thorized by Section 1 S.S. (1-a) B.N.A. Act, 1907 

To cash 

By J year's interest at 6% per annum on debt allowance of 
$8,107,500 

By J year's allowance in lieu of Public Lands, population between 
800,000 and 1,200,000, as authorized by 4-5 Edward 7, cap. 
42 (1905), sec. 20 

To cash 



1928 

Jan. 1 

Jan. 2 

March 1... 



By i year's subsidy and allowance as above. 

To cash 

By J year's allowances as above 

To cash 



S cts. 



438,600 00 



577,687 80 



438,600 00 



577,687 50 



$ cts. 

328,600 00 
110,000 00 

202,687 50 

375,000 00 

438,600 00 
577,687 50 



2,032,575 00 



2,032,575 00 



Subsidy allowances from July 1867 to close of fiscal year ended March 31, 1928 



Province 


Allowances 

for 
Government 


Allowances 
per head of 
population 


Special 
Grants 


Interest 

on Debt 

Allowances 


Total 


Alberta 


S cts. 

4,016,666 67 
4.990,000 00 
5,595,000 00 
5,780,000 00 
6,390,000 00 
8,240,000 00 
3.120.000 00 
7.840,000 00 
4.176,666 67 


$ QtS. 

8,651,199 07 
9,252.139 20 
13.481.484 80 
15,867,448 00 
20,823,970 40 
87,621,366 79 
4,701,867 20 
70,090.996 00 
11.026,843 60 


1 cts. 

11.812.500 00 
6.700.000 00 

12,009,6S3 60 

8,880,000 00 

826,980 00 


$ cts. 

9,323,625 00 
1.671,394 26 
11.061.114 57 
1,238,845 24 
2,866.081 59 
4.031,617 26 
2.331.318 33 
4.432,02.8 13 
9.32:1,625 00 


S cts. 
33,8a3,990 74 


British Columbia 


22,613.533 46 
42 147 282 97 


Manitoba 


New Brunswick 


31,766.293 24 


Nova Scotia 


30,907,031 99 
99.893,984 05 


Ontario 


Prince Edward Island 


3.729.025 04 


13 882 210 57 


Quebec 


82.363 024 13 


Mskatchewan 


12,656,250 00 


37 183.385 27 








50,148,333 34 


241.517,315 06 


56,614,438 64 


46.279,649 38 


394,559,736 42 



REPORT 



OF THE 



DEPARTMENT OF 
NATIONAL REVENUE 



CONTAINING 



ACCOUNTS OF REVENUE 



V , nV* 



With Statements relative to the Imports, Exports, Excise 

and Income 

OF THE 

DOMINION OF CANADA 
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 



1928 



COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL RETURNS 




OTTAWA 

P A. ACLAND 

PaiNTSB TO THE KINO'S MOiJT EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1I8S 



To Mis Excellency the Right Honourable Viscount Willingdon, G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., 
etc., etc., Governor General and Commander in Chief of the Dominion of 
Canada. 



May it Please your Excellency: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the Annual 
Report of the Department of National Revenue containing Tables and State- 
ments relative to the Imports, Exports, Excise and Income of the Dominion 
of Canada, for the fiscal year ended 31st March, 1928, as compiled from official 
returns. 



All of which is respectfully submitted. 



Ottawa, 29th October, 1928. 



W. D. EULER, 
Minister of National Revenue. 



W. D. EuLER, Esq., 

Minister of National Revenue. 

Sir, — I have the honour to hand you the Annual Report of the Department 
of National Revenue (Customs Division), containing Accounts of Revenue with 
statements of Imports and Exports of the Dominion of Canada for the fiscal 
year ended 31st March, 1928. 

I have the honour to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant, 



(Sgd.) R. W. BREADNER, 

Commissioner of Customs. 



Ottawa, 25th October, 1928. 



69130-11 



PREFACE 

The Customs Act contains the following provisions respecting the Annual 
Report of the Department of Customs: — • 

"305. The Minister shall annually make to the Governor General, 
to be laid before Parliament within fifteen days after the meeting thereof, 
a report and statement of the transactions and affairs of the department 
during the year then next preceding." 

The Inland Revenue Act also contains provisions respecting the Annual 
Report of the Inland Revenue Service as follows : — 

"14. The Minister shall annually make to ths Governor General a 
report and statement of the transactions and affairs of the Department 
during the year then next preceding, which shall be laid before Parliament 
within fifteen days after the next meeting thereof." 

The unrevised monthly statements of imports and exports, prepared and 
published under the direction of the Department of Customs from July 1, 1900, 
ceased to be published by this Department since March, 1918. 

Detailed statements, however, showing the quantity, value, and origin of 
imports and the quantity, value, and destination of exports, continue to be 
prepared and furnished monthly by the Department of Customs from April 1, 
1918, for publication by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. 

Trade statistics classified by countries, with other details, compiled from 
Customs returns, are now published by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics. 

Part I of this report contains tables and statements relative to the Customs. 

Part II of this report contains tables and statements relative to Excise. 

Part III of this report contains tables relative to Income Taxes. 

The differences between revenue totals in Statement Number 9, Part I and 
totals shown in other statements of revenue, represent the differences between 
actual cash received in the Department and remitted to the Receiver General, 
and totals shown on entries passed, and are adjusted in the next fiscal year. 



PART I 



CUSTOMS 



TABLES AND STATEMENTS OF 
IMPORTS AND EXPORTS 



INDEX TO CUSTOMS TABLES AND STATEMENTS 



No. of 
Sutc- 
fiMnt 



9 
10 

n 

12 
13 



Subject 



Imports and Exports 

Aggregate Trade. ... 

Exports 

Imports 

Revenue 

" percentage.. 

Imports and Exports 
Imports and Exports 



Revenue and other services 
Imports and Exports 



Warehousing. 

Imports 

Exports 



Description 



CoMPARATivi Tables 

Total Exports and Imports entered for Home Constmnption 
and duty collected from 1868 to 1928 

Total Trade entered for Home Consumption and Exported 
by Countries, 1873 to 1928 

Total Exports by Countries. 1873 to 1928 

Total Value of Good.s entered for Home Consumption by 
Countries, 1873 to 1928 

Total Duty Collected by Countries, 1873 to 1928 

Percentage of Duty on Imports entered for Home Consump- 
tion, percentage expense of collection, 1868 to 1928 

Comparative Statement of Imports entered for Home Con- 
sumption and Exports, showing percentage excess of Im- 
ports entered for Home Consumption over Exports, etc., 
1868 to 1928 

Comparative Statement by Ports: Exports and Imports 
entered for Home Consumption, 8 years 



Tables and Statemenis tor Fiscal Year, 1928 

Statement of Customs revenue and other services by Ports, 
Outports and Stations 

Dominion Abstract, value of Imports entered for Home 
Consumption by Countries. 1928 (Dutiable and Free) and 
Exports. (Goods the Produce of Canada, and Goods 
not the Produce of Canada) 

Statement of the Value of Goods remaining in Warehouse 
1926, 1927 and 1928 

Abstract by Countries, value of goods entered for Home 
Consumption 

Abstract by Countries of Total Exports 



Page 



10 



17 



18 
20 



26 



52 



F.5 

58 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1927-28 



No. 1 — Statement showing the Value of Total Exports and Imports entered for 
Home Consumption in the Dominion, with the duty collected thereon, for 
the undermentioned years. 









Total 


Grand Total 










Imports 


Imports entered 


Total 






Total Exports 


entered for 


for Home 


Duty 








Home 


Consumption 


Collected 








Consumption 


and Exports 








t 


S 


$ 


$ 


Fiscal year 


ended June 30. 1868 


57.567.888 


71,985.306 


129.. 5.53. 194 


8,819.431 63 


" 


1869 


60,474.781 


67.402. 17C 


127.876.951 


8.298.909 71 


" 


1870 


73.573.490 


71.237.603 


144,811,093 


9.462.940 44 


i< 


1871 


74.173.618 


86,647,482 


161,121,100 


11,843.655 75 


" 


1872 


82.639.663 


107.709.116 


190,348.779 


13,045,493 50 


« 


1873 


89,789.922 


127.514.594 


217.304,516 


13.017.730 17 


« 


1874 


89,351.928 


127.404.169 


216,7.56,097 


14.421.882 67 


« 


1875 


77,886.979 


119,618.657 


197,5a'i.636 


15.361,382 12 


« 


1876 


80,966.435 


94.733.218 


175,699.653 


12.833.114 48 


« 


1877 


75,875.393 


96,300,483 


172,175,876 


12.548.451 09 


<i 


1878 


79.323.667 


91,199.577 


170.523.244 


12.795.693 17 


« 


1879 


71.491,255 


80,341.608 


151.832.863 


12.939,.540 66 


« 


1880 


87.911,458 


71.782,349 


1.59,693,897 


14.138,849 22 


u 


1881 


98,290.823 


91.611,604 


189,902,427 


18,500,785 97 


" 


1882 


102,137,203 


112.648.927 


214,786.130 


21.708,837 43 


H^^^^^^^fe 


1883 


98,085.804 


123.137,019 


221.222.823 


23,172,308 97 


I^^I^^^^Hi' 


1884 


91.406,496 


108.180.644 


199,. 587. 140 


20.164,963 37 


^^^^^^^^^P 


1885 


89,238,361 


102,710.019 


191.948.380 


19,133,558 99 


^^^^^^^^^K 


1886 


85,251.314 


99.G02.694 


184,8.54,008 


19.448.123 70 


^^^^^^^^H 


1887 


89.515.811 


ia5. 639.428 


195,155,239 


22.469,705 83 


^^^^^^^^Hk. 


1888 


90,2C3,000 


102.847.100 


193,0^0,100 


22.209.641 53 


^^^^^^^^^B 


1889 


89,189,167 


109.673.447 


198,862,614 


23,784.523 23 


^^^^^^^^^v^ 


1890 


96,749.149 


112.765„584 


209,514,733 


24,014,908 07 


^^^^^^^^H| 


1891 


98,417,296 


113,345,124 


211,762,420 


23,481.069 13 


^^^^^K^^^m 


1892 


113,963.372 


116.978.943 


2.30,942,318 


20,550,581 53 


^^^^^^^^V^ 


1893 


118,564.352 


121.701,030 


240,269.382 


21,161,710 93 


^^^K 


1894 


117,524.949 


113,093.983 


230.618.932 


19,379,822 32 


^^^B 


1895 


113.638.803 


105.252,511 


218.891.314 


17.887.269 47 


^^H 


1896 


121,013.852 


lie. 587. 480 


231.601,332 


20.219.037 32 


^^^B 


1897 


137.950.253 


111.294.021 


249.244.274 


19.8(.1,996 77 


^^^H 


1898 


164,152.683 


130,698,006 


294,850.689 


22.157.788 49 


^^^B 


1899 


158,896.9a') 


154.051,593 


312.948,498 


25.764.228 75 


^^H 


1900 


191.894.723 


180,804.316 


372.699.039 


28.889.110 13 


^^B 


1901 


196,487,632 


181,237,988 


377.72.5.620 


29,1C6.979 89 


^^^B 


1902 


211,640,286 


202.781.595 


414,431.881 


32,425,-532 31 


^^^B 


19C3 


225,849.724 


233.790,516 


459.640.240 


37.110.354 59 


^^^B 


1904 


213,521,235 


251.464.332 


464.985,567 


40.954.349 14 


^^H 


1905 


203.316.872 


261.925.554 


465.242.426 


42.024,339 92 


^^B 


1906 


256.586.630 


290.36C.8C7 


546.947,437 


46.671.101 18 


^^^B 


Mnr. 31, •1907 


2C5.277.197 


257. 2.54. 882 


462.5.32.079 


40.290.171 70 


^^B 


1908 


28C,006.606 


358,428.616 


638.435.222 


58.331.074 04 


^^B 


1909 


261.512,159 


298.205.657 


559.718.116 


48.056.791 93 


^^^B 


1910 


.301.358.529 


375,833,016 


677.191.545 


61.024.239 21 


^^^B 


1911 


297.196.365 


461,951,318 


759.147.688 


73.312.367 59 


^^^B 


1912 


315.317.2.5C 


547.482,190 


862.799,440 


87.576.036 52 


^^^B 


1913 


393,232,057 


675.517.045 


1.068.749, 1C2 


115,063.687 39 


^^^B 


1914 


478,997,928 


633.692.449 


1,112,690,377 


107.180.578 33 


^^^B 


1915 


490.8C8.877 


687.439.3C4 


1,078,248,181 


79.2a5,910 27 


^^^B 


1916 


882,872,5C2 


542.077.361 


1,424,949,863 


103,940.100 86 


^^^B 


1917 


1.375.758.148 


873.437.426 


2,249,195.574 


147.631.454 93 


^^^B 


1918 


1.686,169.762 


962.543.746 


2,548. 713, .538 


161.. 595, 628 51 


^^^B' 


1919 


1.268.765,285 


916.429.335 


2.185.194.620 


158,046,333 87 


^^B 


1920 


1.286.658.709 


1,064.528.123 


2.351.186.832 


187,524.181 77 


^^^B 


1921 


1.2i0,428.11S 


1,240.158.882 


2.4.50.587,001 


179,667,683 12 


^^^B 


1622 


753.927.009 


747.804.332 


1.501.731,341 


121,487,393 90 


^^^B 


1923 


945.295.837 


802.579.244 


1.747,875.081 


133,803,370 13 


^^^B 


1924 


i,C58.763.297 


893.366.867 


1,0.52.130.164 


135.122,344 76 


^^^B 


1925 


1,081.361.643 


796,632.537 


l.8<8. 294.180 


120,132,4.53 70 




J926 


1.328.700.13? 


627,328.732 


2,256.028,869 


143.933,110 07 




1927 


1.267.573.142 


i. 030,892. 505 


2,298,465,647 


168.966.367 03 


u 


1928 


1.250,456,297 


1,108,956,466 


2,359,412,763 


171.872.768 00 



' 9 montba, change of fiscal year. 



8 



CUSTOMS A.\n i-:.\cisic 



No. 2 — Statement 
on the basis « 



>\y\uir Aggregate Trade of the Dominion by (■•""•♦'i"« 
< iitored for Home Consumption and Expoi 



Fiscal 
Year 


United 
Kingdom 


United 

States 


France 


Germany 


Spain 


Portugal 


Italy 


Nether- 
lands 




S 


1 


$ 


t 


i 


$ 


1 


« 


1873 


107,266,624 


89.808,204 


2,0.55.195 


1.170.478 


.502.966 


266. 188 


229.6.57 


229.770 


1874 


108,083,642 


90.524.060 


2,569,712 


1.022,428 


4.59,027 


294.007 


236,296 


271.043 


1875 


100, 379, £69 


8C.717.803 


2,154.005 


839,442 


390, 784 


236.790 


214,366 


260.503 


1876 


81,457,737 


78,003.492 


2.394,812 


608.. "3.5.5 


445,151 


199,105 


183,199 


297.895 


1877 


81,139,708 


77.087.914 


1.730.062 


4C4,918 


340,757 


175,42.5 


242.942 


296.860 


1878 


83,372.719 


73.876.437 


1.754,394 


521,. 58C 


325,245 


145,941 


205,171 


266,764 


1879 


67.288.848 


70,904.720 


2,247,066 


.552,999 


394,445 


161,2.58 


181,9.S3 


210.288 


1880 


8C. 307. 286 


62,696,857 


1.928.670 


.532,028 


297,245 


201,652 


623,21,5 


273.837 


1881 


97,335.378 


73.570,337 


2.294,043 


1,019,198 


446,337 


165,487 


234,723 


440.944 


1882 


95.871.8C2 


96,229,763 


2.922,931 


1.633.118 


.57C,301 


201,6.56 


256.841 


613.241 


1883 


99.197,682 


97,701.056 


2.934.210 


1.942,851 


749,897 


243,192 


322.. 554 


324.800 


1884 


87.154.242 


89., 3.33. 366 


2.160,8C4 


2.171,346 


648,569 


240.2.35 


322,499 


333.977 


*885 


83.284.482 


86.903.93.5 


2,239.890 


2,385,344 


481,910 


227,096 


2.55,712 


361.879 


1886 


82,143,828 


8l.436,8C8 


2. 509.. 581 


2.408,821 


432,. 540 


301,927 


215,298 


309.. 5.59 


1887 


89,534,079 


82,767.265 


2.415,001 


3,672,985 


•481,289 


204,671 


245,. 560 


.309.920 


1888 


79,383.705 


91.0.53,913 


2.642.557 


3..563.1C6 


427,249 


230,397 


235.816 


332.169 


1889 


SO. 422. 515 


94,0.59,844 


2.562.893 


3,836,173 


420,794 


238,106 


186,186 


414.302 


1890 


91,743.935 


92,814,783 


2.894,154 


4.286.136 


392,294 


291,811 


244..' 4 •. 


423,309 


1891 


91,328.384 


94,824,3.52 


2,565,877 


4,336,232 


555,917 


191,148 


322,808 


404,. 532 


1892 


106.254.984 


92,125.599 


2,770,173 


6,526,228 


489,6.52 


155,479 


400.839 


846, 167 


1893 


107.228.906 


1C2.14|4,986 


3,096,164 


4,. 567, 224 


387,861 


135,482 


661,403 


6.56.427 


1894 


107.2.56.123 


88,844,040 


3,081.9.'-0 


7, 887.. 594 


445,, 567 


126,469 


511,631 


625.764 


1895 


92,988.727 


9.5,932,197 


2.920,4.'^6 


5.421.135 


436,-580 


115,921 


415,919 


348.164 


1896 


99.670.030 


103,022,434 


3,392,482 


6.688,9£0 


445,. 592 


88,262 


287,676 


439.680 


1897 


106, 639. ere 


111,022.513 


3.292,047 


7, .538, 800 


436,984 


88,337 


333,512 


480,531 


1898 


137,499.73.'-; 


124,410.926 


5.000,613 


7,421,462 


578,462 


135,154 


495,023 


7.' 0.486 


1899 


136,1.51,978 


138,140.687 


5.447,017 


9.613,02.5 


.593,660 


92,937 


.520.084 


872.941 


1900 


1.52,. 526, 098 


178.463.401 


5.743.272 


10,699,401 


647, 157 


187,801 


405,029 


767.781 


1901 


148,347.120 


182.867.238 


6.979,352 


9,162.957 


897,893 


181.707 


642.424 


984.840 


19C2 


166,. 533, 983 


192.004.734 


8,061.042 


13.515,747 


856,793 


234.874 


963,641 


1.195,856 


1903 


190,099.222 


209,389.119 


7.921,647 


14,380.336 


962,497 


293.376 


837,555 


1,889.869 


1904 


179,368,9.50 


223,. 599. 447 


7,8C4,453 


9.994.827 


863,674 


210.0.53 


642,891 


1,951.398 


19^ 


162,301,480 


240.142,642 


8.570,437 


7.842.068 


779,482 


227.281 


819.610 


1.. 505. 474 


1906 


202, 289,. 52? 


273,668,593 


9,788,078 


8,859,871 


984,477 


2.8.202 


769,610 


2,004.640 


•1907 


169.717.174 


234, 964.. 509 


8,108,984 


6,. 541. 513 


934,469 


282.622 


807,347 


1.816.967 


19C8 


229,443.627 


324.173.325 


ll,7C8,64i 


10,537,654 


1.233.571 


194,121 


1.131.336 


2.281.420 


1909 


2C4,428,319 


272,631.127 


11. 373.. 531 


7.536.917 


979.. 5.36 


171,116 


2.382.112 


2.515.851 


1910 


244,984,4(7 


336, 6.52,. 587 


12.7.''0, 192 


10,436.421 


1,071,719 


20C,2.53 


1,722.906 


3.947.842 


1911 


246. 901.. 572 


404,331,540 


14,345,86.' 


12.710.357 


1,182.690 


274,468 


1,341,418 


3.217.597 


1912 


268,760,435 


476,889,112 


13,868.369 


14.904.919 


1,387,775 


329,932 


1,431,913 


4.206.628 


1913 


316.732.000 


608,251,944 


17,944,367 


17.616,941 


1,307,. 598 


392,391 


2.319.304 


5.851.267 


1914 


3.54.393.642 


611,245.464 


18.087,097 


19.019.959 


1,416,132 


332,862 


2,745.643 


8.524.262 


1915 


301.919.644 


644. C26. 2.53 


2?,044,891 


7,248.996 


1,467,128 


1,004,093 


3.313.709 


7.024.085 


1916 


543.190,036 


718.918,68.5 


42,035,283 


86,304 


1,252,023 


264,360 


11,653.559 


3,621.359 


1917 


877.834,291 


1,164.:02,306 


73,134,0C8 


14,132 


1,240,725 


469,783 


12,695.606 


2.804,307 


1918 


942.397.682 


1,233.297,04.5 


211.859.127 


27.181 


907,063 


253,298 


4.109,492 


3. 517,. 575 


1919 


633.874.234 


1,224.666,313 


ia5,993.753 


75 


928,738 


479, 135 


14,585,836 


694.394 


1920 


622.319.367 


1.3C2.230,817 


72.458,218 


700.081 


2.649,452 


51C,409 


17,966,261 


8.048,082 


1921 


528.202,233 


1,416.878,756 


46.660.391 


9.764.721 


7.427,9C4 


1,994.116 


59,516,787 


24,529.612 


1922 


417.498,536 


820.062,373 


21.730.443 


6.633.097 


2,627.903 


310, 17C 


16,727,800 


13,. 594. 986 


1923 


521,248.669 


921.337,4.59 


26,440.012 


12.631,288 


2,674.986 


608, £C6 


13,791,064 


16,698,366 


1924 


514.747,492 


1.042.899,356 


34.701.358 


21,677,344 


2.461,361 


1,275,897 


20.362,765 


14.885.187 


1925 


548,251,994 


936.964.652 


28,865,521 


31,170,271 


1,046,318 


337.201 


16.076.345 


17,877,961 


1920 


672,997,363 


1.095.671,872 


33.202, 8IC 


40.749,955 


2,918,397 


470.C12 


16,399,591 


30,628.787 


1927 


611,061.39C 


1.167,002.022 


39.295,797 


49.63S.2t4 


2,763.845 


1,744.483 


26.267.670 


34.139,726 


1928 


598. K9, 210 


1,216.^)80.756 


36,511,664 


50.381,143 


3,188,118 


1,664,489 


22,987.220 


44,475,273 



*9 montba. 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1927-98 9 

No. 2 — Statement showing Aggregate Trade of the Dominion by Countries 
on the basis of Goods entered for Home C()nsum|>ti<>ii '"mI Exported — 
Concluded 



Fiscal Year 



Belgium 



New- 
foundland 



West 
Indies 



South 
America 



China 

and 

Japan 



Switzer- 
land 



Other 
Countries 



Total 



1873.., 

1874... 

1875... 

1876... 

1877... 

187S.., 

1879... 

1880... 

ISR]... 

ISS'2 . 

1SS:V.. 

1884... 

1885... 

1886... 

1887... 

1888... 

1880... 

ISOO... 

I89i.,. 

1892. . 

1893... 

1894 . . . 

1895... 

1896... 

1897... 

1898... 

1899... 

1900... 

1901... 

1902... 

1903... 

1904... 

190:... 

1906. . . 

•1907., 

1908... 

1909... 

1910... 

1911... 

1912... 

1913... 

1914... 

1915... 

1910... 



1917 

1918 

1919 

IC20 

1921 

1922 

1923 

1924 

1925 

1926 

1927 

1928 



% 

364.4.56 
534. 153 
337.674 
374.880 
318.724 
805.692 
219.461 
837.897 
671,267 
645.568 
611.112 
746.528 
551,64r> 
617,472 
927,580 
f05.8CO 
595.496 
763.146 
728. 12C 
.573,244 
268.551 
258.692 
693,019 
018,789 
.518.218 
204, 0'4 
168.136 
421.716 
6.34,592 
1.56.049 
9.-0,7.32 
2.55,9.30 
514,994 
175,2.38 
.553,1.37 
758,128 
829. a33 
139.980 
.387.798 
418,641 
829.17.«; 
310.319 
13.5.322 
394,077 



679, 
4,922, 

956, 
29,510, 
44,966, 
16.264, 
17,589, 
22,817, 
21.730, 
29,846, 
31.064, 
30.804, 



618 
426 
688 
611 
473 
969 
177 
813 
493 
437 
887 
446 



$ 

,609. 
,6.57. 
,80€. 
,675. 
7.53. 
,767, 
,280, 
,C02, 
, 175, 
,468, 
,9.53. 
,701. 
,022, 
139. 
C72. 
945. 
7&1. 
655 
2i8 

rGi 

247 
6.33 
065 
333. 
144, 
632. 
335. 
804. 
886. 
498. 
714. 
975. 
.528. 
972. 
708 
185. 
ICO. 
438, 
693, 
126, 
785, 
611, 
726. 
648 



552 

547 

a55 

477 

748 

347 

823 

261 

773 

432 

273 

120 

CT3 

30 

946 

426 

4P6 

400 

911 

963 

ca3 

1.54 
046 
72 1 
874 
184 
323 
748 
067 
482 
1.57 
418 
326 
281 
200 
987 
721 
.571 
C3i" 
20C 

lie 

551 
336 
822 



S 

1,163. 
0.086. 
6.139. 
5.291. 
5. ail, 
4.397. 
4.7.53. 
6.489, 
6.962. 
7.0i8. 
7.494. 
6,726. 
o,6<'8, 
5.266. 
4.017, 
5,8.0. 
6. 138. 
5,8C8. 
6.36C. 
7.6.38, 
7.3C0. 
7.121. 
8.681. 
4.707, 
4,332, 
3.829. 
4.398, 
4,202, 
4,707, 
5,472, 
6.021, 
8,397, 
0,0.39, 
9,944, 
6,9.3.5, 

12,844. 

12.626. 

13,284, 

15.603. 
5.. 391. 

16.814. 
8. .'^01. 

17..H17. 

18,281, 



425 

529 

910 

4;?3 

667 

996 

099 

257 

516 

956 

291 

486 

0.7 

042 

593 

149 

109 

189 

926 

846 

37 

172 

622 

243 

230 

346 

902 

119 

677 

747 

294 

2?0 

302 

179 

876 

3f0 

745' 

809 

ITO 

8^8 

4r4 

69.^ 

373 

199 



018,908 
436,848 
C13,986 
087,010 
219,013 
018,036 
155,129 
450,910 
686,371 
27C.802 
462,298 
20S.880 



,937.171 
,173,497 
,007,398 
,814.206 
,880,574 
,942,973 
,243,954 26 
,059,499 32 
,037.745 40 
,3.52.6(6 44 
,666.531 .52 
,205.577 58 



.701.633 
.686,508 
.004.593 
975.762 
6.';6.591 
669.804 
745.830 
073.421 
369,731 
314,779 
9.54,628 
7.56,371 
8C2,042 
111,029 
625, C66 
487,240 
813,587 
.555,84? 
782, 9.' C 
90s. 346 
0^9,3.'^6 
264.677 
6' 0,470 
063,145 
026,08.' 
.'0'), 195 
631,63.'- 
423,994 
.567,278 
440,98 
.5.32,008 
613,612 
916,171 
425,735 
814,147 
!;.55,644 
262,369 
961 , 62f 
482,760 
363,. 540 
881,13.'- 
046,. 5.5.^- 
708,498 
855,782 

916,441 

438.096 

412.6.51 

687, 146 

143, 190 

606,212 

729,610 

313,659 

443,839 

164,607 

471,351 

672, C57 



1,709.856 
1,263.728 
694.472 
971,314 
455,755 
486,244 
£05.513 
931,45 
1,430.734 
1,635.71 
1,7.' 0,642 
1,970.54! 
2,528.369 
2.495,7C3 
2,819,.JS4 
2,261,1.' 
2,r48,712 
2,I6I,S'6 
2,202, 102 
3.300,108 
2,766,712 
3.065. 76.« 
2.9C6,.574 
3,3.39,429 
3,300,331 
2,829,810 
3,194,829 
2,749,7.59 
3, 149.. 591 
2,. 5.55, 466 
2,440,999 
3,134,959 
3,9f0.776 
3.684.769 
3.001,144 
4,611,199 
4,405.402 
4,892.2 8 
4.2.55,9*8 
4.C15.357 
6.137.8.'9 
5,579.724 
5.1.59,2.52 
6.468.457 



10,951, 
20,925, 
.30,977, 
29.444, 
24.648, 
26.. 389, 
28,476, 
49,118, 
.39,412, 
1.294, 
.59,679. 
61.499, 



S 

120,514 

139,674 

116.128 

66.168 

69.066 

61.178 

94,781 

94.225 

141,789 

268,0!J3 

336, C40 

242,380 

217,606 

203,08.^ 

219,777 

194,938 

106, eo:- 

316,923 

244,319 

193,033 

2.58.464 

276,065 

260. 040 

332, 40: 

223, 192 

357,003 

571,. '26 

529,976 

603.397 

780. 183 

9.'^2..320 

1.. 392, 895 

1,776,40' 

2,042,6.35 

1,609,063 

2,7.52,443 

2,195,342 

2,614,038 

3, 125,. 583 

3, 477,. "^24 

4,312,0'4 

4.. 361,. '-20 

3,995,70' 

4,. 504, 220 

5,172,711 

3,154,564 

1,788,682 

9,248,533 

15,594,889 
9,039,392 
8,272,283 
9,729,609 
8.570,661 
8,694,925 

10,104,064 
9.116,576 



S 

1,099,998 

927,743 

1.1.53,082 

1,764,48.3 

1,471,734 

1,366, .532 

1,291,709 

1,314.429 

1.644.170 

2.134.932 

1.7C6.595 

2.078.676 

1.989,280 

2,363,014 

2,841,913 

2,C!6,48C 

3,167,496 

3,162.393 

3,685,842 

5,168.6.57 

4,465,666 

4,220.266 

3,059.444 

3.771.4.54 

5.882,830 

4,201.1.50 

5.215.018 

6.726.187 

7.113,487 

11,161,301 

11,255,103 

13,679.770 

12,288,038 

14.119,602 

11,736,927 

19.023.736 

19.189.991 

22.C93.973 

27.293.881 

29.227.277 

40. .573. 517 

39.513.9.'^2 

39,966.900 

49,775,697 

43,823,976 

02,294,192 

93,815,383 

142,512,643 

138.159,851 

72,212,951 

96,077,994 

119.639.339 

124,923.661 

143,365.764 

146.204,302 

151.958,236 



217,304,516 
216.756,097 
1 97.. "05. 636 
175.699.653 
172,175,876 
170, .523, 244 
151,832,863 
159.693,807 
189, £02. 420 
214.786,133 
221,222.820 
199.. 587. 140 
191,948.388 
184.854.009 
195.1.55.200 
193, CO. 143 
198,862,817 
209,514.733 
21!.7r,2.420 



2..i;. iM ■s,'.'.i2 
218,891,312 
2:11,601.334 
249.244,274 
294,8.'0,689 
;^i'> ijiv ic^ 



414, 

4.59, 

464, 

46.5, 

546, 

462. 

638, 

559 

677, 

7.59, 

862, 

1,068. 

1,112, 

1,078, 

1,424, 



4:31.881 
640.240 
985.567 
242,426 
947,437 
532.079 
435,222 
718,116 
191. .545 
147,683 
799.440 
749. 102 
6r0.377 
248. 181 
949,863 



2,249.195.574 
2,548.713.538 
2.185.194.620 
2.351,186,832 
2,450,587,001 
1.501.731.341 
1.747.875.081 
1.953. 130. IM 
1.878,394,180 
3.2M.028.869 
3.298.465.647 
2.359.412.763 



*9 months. 



10 CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

No. 3 — Statement showing Value of Exports by Countries 



Fiscal Year 



United 
Kingdom 



38 

45 

40 

40 

41, 

45 

36, 

45 

53 

45 

47 

43 

41 

41 

44 

40 

38 

48 

49 

64 

64 

68 

61 

66 

77 

104 

09 

107 

105 

117 

131 

117 

101 

133 

105 

134 

133 

149 

136 

151 

177 

222 

211 



743,848 
003.882 
032.902 
723.477 
567.469 
941,539 
295,718 
846,002 
571,. 570 
274.461 
145.217 
736.227 
877.705 
.542.629 
.571.846 
084.984 
105.126 
353,694 
280,8.58 
906,549 
080,493 
538,856 
856,990 
690,288 
227,. 502 
998,818 
091,855 
7.36,368 
328,956 
320,221 
202.321 
.591,376 
9.58,771 
094,937 
135.801 
484,1.56 
745.. 375 
6.34.107 
965.111 
8.53.413 
982.002 
322.766 
758.863 



463,081,241 
756,071,077 
861,073,399 
560,839,116 
495,960.118 
314,228.671 
300,363,198 
379,918.526 
361,160.802 
397.168,048 
509,266,143 
448,022,334 
412,763,363 



United 
States 



42,072,526 
.36,244,311 
29.911.983 
31.9.33.459 
25.775.245 
25.244.898 
27,165,501 
.33.. 349. 909 
.36.866,225 
47.910,711 
4J. 668, 723 
38,840.540 
.39,752,734 
36,578.769 
37,660,199 
42,572,066 
43,. 522, 404 
40,522,810 
41,138,695 
38,988,027 
43,923,010 
35,809,940 
41,297,676 
44,448,410 
49,. 373. 472 
45, 705.. 3.36 
45. 1.33,. 521 
68,619,023 
72,382,2,30 
71,197,684 
71,783,924 
72,772,932 
77,404,071 
97, 806, .5.52 
79,021,480 
11 3., 520.. 500 
92.604.3.57 
113.1.50,778 
119,. 396, 801 
120.. 5.34, 6.34 
167. 110, .382 
200.4.59,373 
215, 409.. 326 

320,225.080 

486,870.690 

441,390,920 

477,745,659 

601.130,117 

660,701,936 

.304,104,177 

380,347,721 

441,642,909 

427,184,643 

486.952.236 

470,331,980 

400.644,610 



France 



31.90 

267,212 

212,767 

553,9.35 

319,330 

369,391 

714.875 

812.829 

662.711 

825.. 573 

617.730 

390.955 

303.. 309 

.534.363 

341.531 

.397.773 

.334.210 

278.552 

253.7.34 

.367.. 539 

264.047 

.544,986 

3.35,282 

581,540 

690, 690 

1,025,262 

1,557,722 

1,. 374, 770 

1,581,331 

1,388,848 

1,341,618 

1,. 597. 928 

1.511.298 

2.120.091 

1.409.. 572 

1,806,732 

3.176,096 

2,640.648 

2.782.092 

2.123,705 

2,. 564. 603 

3. 810, .562 

14.595,705 

36,085,813 

66,6.52,910 

206,585,063 

102,360,8.53 

61,827,353 

27,622,320 

8,248.4.38 

14,175,091 

18,933,507 

10,404,896 

14,051,111 

15,. 303, 475 

10,a37,832 



Germany 



76,553 

65,511 

91,010 

125,768 

34.324 

122,254 

112,090 

82,237 

84,932 

153,114 

133,697 

195,. 575 

264,075 

253,298 

437,536 

198,543 

143,603 

507. 143 

.532. 142 

942.698 

7.50.461 

2,046,0.52 

620,976 

7.57,. 531 

2,045,432 

2,8.37,448 

2, 219.. 569 

1.715.903 

1.141,, 5,52 

1,692,578 

2,097,699 

1.819,223 

1,146,654 

1,872,-5.57 

1,006,605 

2,374,607 

1.476,5.52 

2,. 501, 191 

2,663.017 

3,814.914 

3, 402.. 394 

4.433,736 

2,162.010 



656,826 
217,036 
592,081 
082,879 
294,838 
382,060 
763,192 
608,076 
326,346 



Spain 



25,080 

960 

7,300 

9,417 

62,659 

47.816 

50.. 596 

60,727 

46,653 

108,082 

164,925 

144,092 

132,695 

53,075 

72,020 

52,317 

13,526 

69,788 

67,110 

93,476 

44,, 3.55 

56.274 

34.101 

83.814 

.50.4.52 

89,675 

59.178 

86,456 

1.55.3.54 

161,823 

138,. 5.53 

98.. 578 

.50.223 

55.686 

48.315 

106.. 594 

45,682 

51.944 

27.943 

114.564 

48.628 

63.999 

489, 680 

634,008 

331,170 

98,256 

213.095 

1.108,004 

6,110,726 

848,406 

078,076 

794,702 

178,006 

832,647 

643,022 

016,008 



Portugal 



191.156 

193,463 

170,784 

127,540 

129,960 

104,028 

1.35,748 

165,885 

108,594 

149,744 

179,843 

172,252 

166,730 

245,450 

146,528 

1.55,821 

166,021 

207,777 

120,611 

102,370 

83,001 

79,363 

58,781 

41,666 

36,745 

87,835 

29,641 

115,016 

85,403 

105,495 

164,184 

109.340 

128,993 

89,. 598 

154.438 

46.865 

48.833 

.59.731 

88,088 

70.. 390 

49,142 

.55,481 

788,485 

56,726 

209,689 

14,878 

367,446 

197,497 

1,476,894 

87,064 

384,878 

1,016,496 

0,413 

121,705 

1,273.457 

042,210 



Italy 



177,232 

100,211 

170,408 

142.787 

213.692 

151,861 

148,472 

163,787 

145,997 

163,755 

218,113 

247, 151 

147,550 

108,601 

125,681 

55,090 

60,062 

81,059 

90.999 

149.280 

87.. 387 

109,188 

34,. 325 

.56.7.59 

108.627 

73.765 

125.265 

260.4.56 

315.063 

2.36,899 

295,770 

240.963 

198,973 

215,855 

3.52,842 

349.839 

1.620.773 

829.. 508 

379.270 

285.091 

605.719 

6.55.2.56 

1.840.910 

10,733,288 

11,468.600 



338.305 
030. 724 
067,221 
771.457 
340,430 
180.820 
502.021 
144,863 
801,832 
823,008 
746,418 



Nether- 
lands* 



13.142 

14,005 

28,724 

30,816 

94,, 303 

53,750 

9,713 

102.502 

215.754 

365, 108 

27,500 

15,500 

24,004 

7,587 

14,850 

378 

1,222 

1,042 

14,741 

567,870 

282,560 

281,058 

140,264 

139,828 

104,422 

376,430 

.372,548 

188.100 

187.378 

320.241 

619,. 329 

1,035,. 327 

.5.50.821 

824.768 

814.077 

855.085 

1.242.730 

1,9.37.852 

1.. 397, 019 

1 , 782, 726 

2,741,713 

5,. 508. 806 

5,254,829 

2,663,620 

1,660.314 

2.463,300 

108,086 

781.013 

201,821 

602,038 

727,088 

625,207 

705,110 

704,224 

,*4«.067 

,081,224 



' months. 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1997-98 11 

No. 3 — Statement showing Value of Exports by Countries — Concluded 



Fiscal Year Belgium 



1873.. 

1874.. 

1875.. 

1876.. 

1877.. 

1878.. 

1879.. 

1880 . 

1881.. 

1882.. 

1883 . 

1884. 

1885.. 

1886.. 

1887.. 

1888.. 

1889.. 

1890.. 

1891 . . 

1892 . 

1893 . 
1894.. 
1895.. 
1896.. 
1897.. 
1898.. 
1899.. 
1900.. 
1901.. 
1902.. 
1903 
1904.. 
1905.. 
1906.. 
•1907. 
1908.. 
1909.. 
1910.. 
1911.. 
1912.. 
1913 
1914.. 
1915.. 

1916.. 

1917.. 

1918.. 

1919.. 

192C . 

1921.. 

1922 . 

1923 . 
1924.. 
1925.. 
1926.. 
1927.. 
1928.. 



17,754 

240,494 

59.563 

13.825 

66.912 

49.998 

40.430 

688.811 

258.433 

142,358 

195.705 

287.378 

72,385 

6.565 

223.729 

17.a57 

64.756 

41.814 

72.672 

56.212 

669.040 

708.4.55 

251,402 

98.031 

354,584 

973.944 

849,413 

,197,798 

,806,142 

,444.4.50 

,150..5a5 

,126,417 

,739.807 

,565.166 

,&57.9.58 

,377.479 

,927,445 

,900.092 

,773.444 

,732.222 

,808.997 

,819.843 

,259.359 



334, 

664. 

4,909. 

950, 

28,599. 

40.273. 

12,419. 

12.594, 

17,473. 

16,662, 

22,893, 

21.401, 

20,906, 



762 
722 
453 
318 
104 
105 
251 
390 
040 
627 
264 
579 
209 



New- 
foundland 



2,800,555 

1,569.079 

1.901,831 

1,900.891 

2.112.106 

2.094,682 

1.641.417 

1.510.300 

1.523.469 

1.974.923 

2.187,338 

1,920,4.50 

1.670.968 

1,754,980 

1,718.604 

1,523,827 

1,303.335 

1,185,7.39 

1,467,908 

1.7.50.714 

2.594.6.33 

2.818.592 

2.325. 19P 

1.782,-309 

1,692,798 

2,167.860 

1.808.317 

2.144.070 

2.260.499 

2.381.082 

2.516.576 

2.898.751 

3.473.713 

3.213.8.56 

2.244,46 

3,408,518 

3.552,293 

3.970.9.52 

3.874.775 

4.284.313 

4.728.142 

4.770,200 

4,481.176 

5,071.038 

6,871,100 

10,489,321 

11,915,152 

16,940.596 

17,332,810 

9,626,010 

8,756,403 

10,975.990 

13,043,209 

11,655,670 

11,593,697 

12,111,366 



West 
Indiea 



3,988.493 
3.778.796 
3,945.506 
3.675,320 
3,788,858 
3,414,147 
3,500,670 
3,544. ia3 
3.147.369 
2.995.572 
3.125.0?! 
3.119.569 
2,535,283 
2,121.570 
2,075,411 
2,601,486 
2,759,455 
2,719.141 
3.122.770 
3.546.559 
3,145,708 
3,443,761 
3,725,426 
2,810.817 
2.643.360 
2.749.080 
3.043,963 
2,870,343 
2,905,937 
3,298,912 
3,642,176 
3,583,475 
4.401.115 
4.575.212 
3.527.153 
4.-543.889 
4.534.446 
5.948,245 
6.. 567, 307 
6.900.940 
6.237,468 
6,997,711 
6,418,479 



403,078 
192,467 
921,116 
706,634 
274,469 
562,715 
677,062 
416,128 
,482.895 
,584.987 
314,991 
,031.721 
,067,837 



South 
America 



1,285,434 
1,212.978 
785.797 
688.209 
651,625 
654,357 
741,442 
789.940 
732.111 
941 , 162 
1,489,957 
1,277,383 
1.461,206 
1.010,034 
1,426.660 
1,510,637 
1,488,999 
1.551,887 
1.063,172 
1,027,525 
1.326,743 
1,392,285 
1,303,474 
1,496,118 
1,405,3.59 
1.060.420 
1,456.051 
1.431.107 
1.519.190 
1.781.913 
2.542.0.56 
2.456.608 
2,880.5.52 
3.623.065 
3.584.329 
4.467.584 
3.478.476 
4. 744.. 524 
5,149,771 
4,825.030 
4.352.278 
4.026.398 
2,114,370 



125,374 
609,604 
159,709 
975,550 
589,853 
786,847 
884,181 
622,959 
495,169 
347,608 
980,609 
510.306 
284.727 



China 

and 

Japan 



46,466 

39,222 

37,046 

23,075 

37, 149 

102,568 

56,551 

37,546 

19,761 

106,675 

105,388 

60,979 

29.918 

63.118 

69, 196 

132,448 

84,174 

61,751 

78,791 

283,251 

341,140 

540,849 

378,160 

668,011 

903.922 

511.919 

425.. 3.50 

368.61.5 

699.569 

570.. 586 

501.0.57 

568.983 

1.520,053 

1,467,252 

890,425 

1,705,901 

1,778.666 

1.910.724 

1.149.810 

902.375 

1,881.5.58 

2.062.246 

1,333,404 



1,534. 

1,700. 

7,333. 
15,404, 
14,601, 
11.300, 
16.781. 
19,804. 
40. 100, 
29,897, 
50,182, 
43,467, 
46,421, 



Australia 



41,822 

98.733 

181.938 

79,643 

185,610 

370.723 

290.762 

139,901 

146.363 

340,608 

375,065 

502,181 

415,887 

2.59,960 

269.471 

446.019 

661.208 

471.028 

589.100 

436,603 

288,352 

322,745 

417,124 

517,258 

1,418,289 

1,630,714 

1.-506,138 

1,626.441 

2.311,405 

2,586.-554 

2,929.861 

2.622.756 

2.194.223 

2.082.219 

1.998.968 

2.873.461 

2.769.049 

3.. 583. 447 

3.925.592 

3.947.015 

3.996.387 

4.705.822 

5.552.686 

7.773,209 

6.576,725 

8.676,257 

14,172.817 

11,538,966 

18,171,685 

10.687.484 

18,818,681 

19,037,836 

12,040,123 

15.418,236 

18.975.110 

14.193.020 



Other 
Countries 



277.954 

432,171 

349,411 

9-38.273 

8.36.151 

651,655 

587,270 

616,829 

580,881 

655,267 

451,473 

496,264 

383,822 

711.315 

362.540 

454,555 

481,051 

695.924 

523,993 

744,693 

683,413 

8.32.545 

8-53,626 

841,472 

894,593 

864,168 

1,218.374 

2,160,158 

1,807,623 

5,153.000 

3,924,a50 

4,898,578 

4,157,60.5 

3,979,816 

3,169,865 

6,085,396 

7,511,386 

7,494,786 

10,056,325 

10,145,918 

12,722,644 

14,305,729 

15.349.595 

23.249.547 

21.960.558 

22,716,473 

38,866.070 

06,485,192 

88,580,767 

36,674,312 

40,408,005 

67.427,793 

81.517.650 

89.701.926 

87.241.633 

88.715.870 



Total 



89,789,922 

89,351,928 

77,886,979 

80.966,435 

75,875,393 

79,323,667 

71,491,255 

87,911,453 

98,290,828 

102,137,203 

98.085,804 

91,406,496 

89.238,361 

85,251,314 

89,515,811 

90,203,000 

89,189,167 

96,749,149 

98,417,296 

113,963,375 

118,564,352 

117.524.949 

113.6.38.803 

121.013.8.52 

1.37.9.50.253 

164.152.683 

1.58.896,905 

191,894,723 

196.487,632 

211,640,286 

225,849.724 

213.521,235 

203,316,872 

2.56.-586,630 

205,277,197 

280,006.606 

261,512,159 

-301,3.58.529 

297.196,3''5 

31-5, 317. 2.' 

393.232.057 

478.997.928 

490.808,877 

882,872.502 

1.375.758.148 

1.586.160.702 

1,268,765,285 

1,286.658.700 

1,210.428.110 

753.927.000 

045.295.837 

1,058.703.297 

1.061.361.643 

1,328,700.137 

1.267.573.142 

1.250.456,297 



* months. 



12 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



No. 4 — Statement showiug Value of Goods entered for Home Consumption, 

by Countries 



Fiscal Year 



United 
Kingdom 



United 
States 



France 



Germany 



Spain 



Portugal 



Italy 



Nether- 
lands 



1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 

1922 

1923 

1924 

1925 

1926 

1927 

i928 



S 

68.522, 
63.076, 
60.347, 
40.734, 
39..-)72, 
37,431, 
30.993, 
34,461, 
43.. 583, 
50.597, 
52.0.52, 
43.418, 
41.406, 
40.001, 
44.962, 
39.298, 
42.317, 
43,. 390, 
42.047. 
41,, 348. 
43. 148. 
38,717. 
31.131. 
32.979. 
29.412. 
32.. 500. 
37.060. 
44.789, 
43.018, 
49.213. 
58,896. 
61,777, 
60,342, 
69,194. 
64.. 581. 
94.9.59. 
70. 682. 
95,. 3.50, 
109,9.36, 
116,907, 
138,749, 
132,070, 
80,160, 



776 

43 

Ofi' 

260 

239 

180 

1.30 

224 

SOS 

.341 
465 
015 
777 
199 
2.33 
72! 
.389 
241 
526 
4.35 
413 
267 
737 
742 
188 
917 
123 
730 
164 
762 
901 
574 
709 
.588 
373 
471 
944 
300 
462 
022 
998 
87fi 
781 



90.108,795 
121,763,214 
81,324.283 
73,035,118 
126.359,249 
213,973.562 
117.135,343 
141,330,143 
163,586,090 
161.083,946 
163.731.210 
1«3.939,065 
186.895.867 



47,7.35,678 

54,283,072 

50,805,820 

46,070.0,33 

51,312,669 

48,631,7.39 

43,7.39,219 

29,. 346, 948 

.36,704,112 

48,289,0.52 

56,0.32,3.33 

.50,492,826 

47,151,201 

44,858,0.39 

45. 107.066 

48,481.848 

.50,5.37,440 

.52,291,973 

53,685,65 

53, 1.37, .572 

58.221,976 

53,a34.100 

54,a34,,521 

58,. 574. 024 

61,649.041 

78. 705.. 590 

93,007.166 

109. 844,. 378 

110.485.008 

120.807,050 

137.605.195 

1.50,826.515 

162.7.38,571 

175,862,071 

155,943.029 



284,934.7.39 
3.56,. 354. 478 
441, 141,. 562 
410,786,091 
428,616.927 

398,693.720 

677.631,616 

791.906.125 

746.920,654 

801.100,700 

856.176.820 

515.958,196 

540,989,738 

601.256.447 

509.780.009 

606.618.542 

687.022,521 

719,436.237 



S 

2.023, 
2.302, 
1,941, 
1,840. 
1.410. 
1.385, 
1.5.32. 
1.115. 
1,631, 
2,097, 
2,316, 
1,769. 
1,935, 
1,975, 
2,073. 
2,244, 
2,228, 
2,615, 
2,312. 
2,402, 
2,8.32, 
2,6.36, 
2,. 585, 
2.810. 
2.601. 
3.975. 
3.889, 
4,368. 
5,398. 
6,672. 
6,. 580. 
6,206, 
7,059, 
7,667, 
6,699. 
9,901. 
8.197. 

10.109. 

11,. 563. 

11.744. 

15.379. 

14,276. 
8,449. 



288 
.500 
298 
877 
732 
003 
191 
841 
332 
358 
480 
849 
.581 
218 
470 
784 
683 
60? 
143 
634 
117 
964 
174 
942 
.351 
.351 
295 
.502 
021 
194 
029 
525 
139 
987 
412 
909 
4.35 
544 
773 
664 
764 
.535 
186 



5.949,470 

6,481.098 

5,274,064 

3.632.900 

10.630.865 

19,138,062 

13,482.005 

12,264,921 

15,767.861 

18.460.625 

19,151,699 

23.992.322 

26,473,732 



S 

.099,925 
9.56,917 
748,423 
482,. 587 
370,. 594 
399,. 326 
440,909 
449,791 
934,266 
480.004 
.809,1.54 
,975,771 
,121,269 
,1.55.. 523 
,2.35.449 
,364,. 563 
,692,. 570 
,778,993 
,804.090 
,.583.. 5.30 
,825.763 
,841.. 542 
,794.1.59 
931.4.59 
,493.368 
.584.014 
393.4.56 
383.498 
021,405 
823,169 
282,6.37 
175.604 
695.414 
987,314 
474,908 
163,047 
050,-365 
935. 2.30 
047.340 
090,00=; 
214, .547 
586.223 
086.986 

86,304 

14,132 

27, 181 

75 

44.255 

547,685 

041,016 

568.409 

382.506 

787.611 

986.763 

030,138 

055.798 



S 

477.886 
4.58,067 
.383.484 
436.0,34 
278,098 
277,429 
343.849 
2.36.518 
399,684 
462,219 
.584,972 
504.47 
349,215 
379,465 
409.269 
374.9.32 
407,268 
322,. 50n 
488.807 
.396,173 
343,.50fi 
389.296 
402,479 
.361.778 
386,532 
488,787 
.534,482 
.560,701 
742,. 5.39 
694.970 
823.944 
865.096 
729.2.59 
928.791 
886.1.54 
1,126.977 
9.33.8.54 
1,019,775 
1,1.54.747 
1.273.211 
1.2.58.970 
1,. 3.52. 133 
977.448 

617,025 

909,546 

808.807 

697.643 

1,540,548 

2,317,179 

1.779.408 

1,696.910 

1,666.509 

1,768,222 

2,085,850 

2.220.823 

2,672,160 



S 

75.032 

100. .544 

66,006 

7l,a55 

45.465 

41.913 

25.510 

35.767 

56.893 

51,912 

63.349 

67.983 

60.. 366 

56.477 

58,143 

74,. 576 

72,085 

84.034 

70,537 

53, 109 

52,481 

47.106 

57.140 

46. 696 

45,. 592 

47.319 

63.296 

72,785 

96.. 304 

129.. 379 

129.192 

100.713 

98,288 

128,604 

128.084 

147,2.56 

122.283 

140. .522 

186.380 

2.59.. 542 

.343.249 

277. .38 1 

215,608 

207,634 

260,094 

238.420 

111.689 

312.912 

617.222 

222.506 

124,028 

260.401 

327,788 

348.817 

471,026 

722,279 



$ 

52,425 

46,085 

43.9.58 

40,412 

29,2.50 

.53,310 

.33.461 

4.59.. 508 

88.726 

93.086 

104.441 

75.348 

108,162 

106.69 

119.889 

180.726 

126.124 

163. 48R 

241.809 

341,. 559 

170.564 

402.443 

.381.. 594 

2.30.917 

224.885 

421,2.58 

395,. 599 

144,. 573 

.327.. 361 

726.742 

541.785 

401.928 

620. 637 

553, 755 

4.54.. 505 

781.497 

761.. 139 

893.. 398 

962, 148 

1.146.822 

1.713.. 585 

2.090.387 

1.472.799 

920,271 

1,227,007 

771,187 

555.112 

999,040 

1,745,330 

1.387.370 

1.601.225 

1,849,844 

1.930,492 

2,697,769 

3,444,062 

4.241.802 



S 

216.628 

2.56. 1.38 

231,779 

267,079 

202,5.57 

213,014 

200.. 575 

171.245 

225, 190 

248,043 

297,201 

318,477 

337,785 

.301,972 

295,061 

.331,791 

414.080 

422.267 

.389,791 

278,288 

373,858 

344,706 

243,900 

299.8.52 

.376. 109 

374,047 

500.393 

579,582 

797,462 

875,615 

1.270,. 540 

916,071 

954.6.53 

1,179.892 

1.001,990 

1.426.335 

1.273.121 

2,009.990 

1.820.. 578 

2.423,902 

3,109,5.54 

3.015.4.56 

1.769.256 

1.057,733 

1.234.99S 

1.0.54,178 

495.409 

2.266,109 

4.237.791 

4.002.047 

4,970.868 

5.359.980 

5.082.843 

6.804.86S 

7.803.668 

8,704.048 



*9moDtlu. 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1927S8 



13 



No, 4 — Statement 8ho\ving Value of Goods entered for Home Consumption, 

by Countries — Concluded 



Fiscal Year 



I 



1873.... 
1874.... 
1875.... 
1876.... 
1877.... 
1878.... 
1879.... 
1880.... 
1881.... 
1882.... 
1883.... 
1884.... 
1885.... 
1886.... 
1887.... 
1888.... 
1889.... 
1890.... 
1891.... 
1892. . . . 
1893... 
1894... 
1895... 
1896. . . . 
1897.... 
1898.... 
1899.... 
1900.... 
1901 . . . . 
1902... 
1903 ... 
1904... 
1905... 
1906... 
•1907... 
1908.... 
1909... 
1910.... 
1911..,. 
1912.... 
1913.... 
1914.... 
1915... 

1916..,. 

1917.... 

1918.... 

1919... 

1920... 

1921.... 

1922.... 

1923... 

1924.... 

1926... 

1926... 

1927.... 

1928.... 



Belgium 



346,702 
293.659 
278.311 
361. a55 
251.812 
255.694 
179.031 
149,0Sfi 
412.834 
503,210 
415,407 
459, l.'sO 
479.200 
510,907 
703. 8.1 1 
488,743 
530. 740 
721,3.32 
655,448 
517,032 
599,511 
550,237 
441,617 
920, 75S 
,163,0.32 
,230.110 
,318,723 
,223.918 
,828.4.50 
,711,599 
,800,182 
,129.513 
,775,187 
,610,072 
,695.179 
,380.649 
,901.588 
,239.888 
,61 4,. 354 
,086.419 
,020.178 
,490.476 
,875.963 



59,315 

14,896 

12.973 

6,270 

911.407 

4,693,368 

3,845,718 

4,994,787 

5,344,773 

5,067,866 

6,953,173 

9,663,306 

9,898,237 



New- 
foundland 



S 

1.80S, 

1.088, 

904, 

774, 

641, 

672, 

639, 

581, 

652, 

493, 

765, 

780, 

351, 

384, 

3.54, 

421, 

488, 

469, 

751, 

753, 

653, 

814, 

739, 

551, 

452, 

464, 

527, 

660, 

625, 

1.117, 

1.197, 

1,076, 

1.0.54, 

1.7.5.S, 

1,463, 

1.777, 

1,638. 

1,467, 

1,818, 

1,841, 

2.056. 

1.841, 

1,245, 

1.877, 

2, 147, 

2,947, 

3,098, 

2,146, 

2,886, 

1,392, 

1,398, 

1,474, 

1.643, 

1.615, 

1,868, 

2,097, 



997 
468 
224 
.586 
642 
665 
40(^ 
961 
304 
509 
93.5 
670 
105 
321 
342 
599 
161 
711 
003 
249 
270 
562 
850 
412 
070 
324 
006 
678 
568 
400 
581 
667 
613 
42.'^ 
731 
409 
428 
619 
260 
887 
974 
351 
160 

784 



We.st 
Indies 



I 

,174.9.32 
307,7.33 
194,404 
,610.113 
.242,809 
,033,849 
,2.52.429 
945.154 
815.147 
023.384 
,369.200 
,606.917 
, 162. 774 
144.472 
,942.182 
.268.603 
378,654 
aS9,048 
2.38,1.50 
092,287 
,244.669 
,677.411 
794,020 
896,420 
678.870 
,080,260 
,354.939 
,331.776 
,801.740 
,173,8,35 
379,27.5 
813.815 
638.187 
.591.083 
40<).723 
300,. 50) 
,092.303 
366,564 
ai5.863 
490,878 
576.960 
.5a3,984 
,088,894 

878,121 

744,704 

,252.381 

,300,764 

,539,737 

317,859 

265,911 

827,826 

576,604 

,460,658 

037.625 

,634,810 

137.740 



South 
America 



S 

416.199 
473.530 
278.790 
287.. 5.53 

4.971 
15.447 

4,388 
283.481 
637.620 
373.617 
464.671 
478.988 
340.830 
100.99' 
198.40'- 
870.603 
324.588 
003.962 
719,778 
877,821 
772.61.3 
872.392 
469.172 
567,027 
620,2.50 
425,6.53 
175.584 
992,887 
048.088 
659,074 
989.9.52 
157.004 
a3.5,01{) 
809,07." 
229.81.*; 
088.000 
783.893 
217. 10.') 
.334. 13f 
.533,310 
.528,857 
020. 1.57 
594,128 



730, 
306, 
278, 
437, 
097, 
356, 
724, 
100, 
818, 
095, 
183, 
961, 
387, 



China 

and 

Japan 



1,663.390 
1,224.506 
657,426 
948.239 
418.606 
383.676 
448.962 
893.911 
1.410.973 
1,529,042 
1,645.254 
1.909.. 562 
2.493,451 
2. 432,. 585 
2, 750.. 388 
2.128.707 
1.964.. 5.38 
2.100,065 
2,123,311 
3,016,857 
2,425,572 
2.254,919 
2, .528, 414 
2,671,418 
2,396.409 
2,317.971 
2(769.499 
2.381.144 
2,450.022 
1.984.876 
1,9.39.942 
2,. 565. 976 
2,470.723 
2.217.517 
2.110.719 
2.905.298 
2.626.736 
2.981.494 
3.106.138 
3.112.98? 
4.256.301 
3.517.478 
3.825,848 



4.933, 
9,251. 
13,592, 
15,572, 
14,842, 
13,258, 
9,608, 
8,671, 
9,018, 
9.514, 
12,112, 
16,211, 
15,077. 



Switzer- 
land 



S 

120.514 

139,674 

116,128 

56.168 

69,066 

61.178 

94.781 

94.22.5 

141.789 

268.093 

336,040 

242,380 

217,666 

203.08.5 

219.777 

193.838 

160,890 

316,523 

244.319 

192.36.5 

2.58.464 

271.82.5 

2.59.400 

332.120 

222.173 

349.678 

568.768 

529. 176 

602.658 

765.010 

944.727 

1,389.000 

1,766,991 

2,012.40' 

1,604.692 

2,734,779 

2,1&8,265 

2.603.8.58 

3.102,9J0 

3,4,58.00'^ 

4,296.702 

4.314.8a5 

3.979,256 

3.525.117 

4.499,321 

3,146,482 

1,780,812 

7,768,081 

14.143.448 

8.671.606 

7.726,686 

8.420.673 

7.801.876 

7.462.606 

9.491.779 

8.806.677 



Other 
Countries 



i.i; 



S 

780.222 

396.839 

621.733 

746.567 

449,973 

314,1.54 

413.767 

.5.57. r,S9 

it 1 6. 920 

i;{9.0.>7 

880.057 

1,080,231 

1,189.571 

1.. 391. 739 

2.209,902 

1,117.000 

2,025.237 

1.995,841 

2. .572. 749 

3.988.029 

3.782.2.53 

3,006.210 

1.789.. 3.34 

2.413.009 

3,. 571.. 545 

1,7.32,721 

2,493.264 

2.940.988 

2,995.198 

3.4.36.920 

4,408.634 

6.062.-^31 

5. 945.. 564 

6.799.228 

6.. 574. 479 

10. 082.. 543 

8.926.8.53 

11.025.920 

13.3.33,490 

15.1.59,0<12 

23.869.838 

20,.549.116 

19.081,064 

19,731,929 

15.951,083 

30,909,544 

40,784,366 

36,978.967 

32,860.110 

26.288.039 

28.306,849 

33.882,84« 

33.127,074 

40,670,014 

41.247.366 

49.870.327 



Total 



127.514.594 

127.404.169 

119.618.657 

04.7.33.218 

96.300.483 

91,199.677 

80.341.608 

71,782.349 

91.611,604 

112.648.927 

123.137.019 

108.180.644 

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113.34.5,124 

110.978.943 

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110..">.s7,4i>0 
111.294,021 
130,698,006 
154.051,593 
180,804.316 
181.2.37.988 
202.791.595 
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63:5,01)2.419 
687.4.39,304 

642.077.361 

873.437.426 

062.643.746 

016.420.338 

1,064.628.123 

1.240.168.883 

747.804.883 

803.670.344 

803.366.807 

706.033.887 

037.328.733 

1.030.803.808 

1.108.086.466 



*0 months. 



14 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 
No. 5 — Statement showing Duty collected by Countries 



Fiaral 
Year 


United 
Kingdom 


United 
States 


France 


Germany 


Spain 


Portugal 


Italy 


Nether, 
lands 




1 cts. 


S cts. 


1 cts. 


S cts. 


1 cts. 


S cts- 


$ cts. 


S cts. 


1873... 


7.398.460 17 


2,966,119 34 


627,831 95 


334,415 51 


102,711 21 


21,245 21 


9,320 80 


294,569 02 


1874... 


7.867.481 41 


3,695,564 03 


744,0.59,19 


272,234 68 


112,918 73 


27,674 63 


13,626 76 


361,153 47 


1875. . . 


8.881.997 81 


3.860,877 10 


604,092 47 


173,427 65 


113.599 78 


28,421 97 


8,502 45 


394.017 97 


1876... 


6.075.759 82 


4,117,223 40 


723,368 24 


134,282 11 


157,287 >53 


29,302 21 


24,629 25 


4-59,887 -53 


1877... 


0.377.596 23 


4,426,394 79 


480,340 56 


75,762 93 


79,515 38 


20,322 20 


15,783 10 


316,1-56 00 


1878... 


6.445,995 38 


4,794,599 63 


400,600 04 


79,673 10 


87,755 88 


13,452 55 


19,6.52 43 


308,153 30 


1879... 


5.661.933 02 


5,529,150 64 


501,747 90 


104,211 80 


120,385 81 


7,97r 14 


19,474 58 


32C,634 C7 


1880... 


6.737.977 05 


4,. 521, 311 08 


427,937 89 


103, 156 82 


106,720 56 


14-935 79 


3C,03l 12 


301, 57C 60 


1881... 


8.772.949 97 


5,6.57,292 75 


597,948 79 


215,108 04 


167,412 .55 


25,307 99 


40,9.56 25 


372.335 63 


1882... 


IC.0il.811 00 


7,082,722 29 


742,774 93 


338,691 39 


210.766 86 


29, 105 63 


34,283 98 


420,607 91 


1883... 


9.897.785 16 


8,158,023 35 


824,963 17 


388,556 85 


231,866 95 


38, .35 50 


44,240 C3 


535,741 81 


1884... 


8,001,370 74 


7,420,461 79 


645,152 71 


5.^4,181 88 


192,946 21 


34,228 80 


32,186 80 


493,807 39 


1885... 


7.617.249 45 


6,636,405 83 


6^,515 29 


572,947 24 


1.54.680 24 


29,345 65 


33.380 25 


521-318 20 


1886... 


7.817.357 45 


6,790,080 76 


735,666 52 


588. 168 44 


1-50.268 47 


30,510 74 


35.667 84 


602,570 19 


1887... 


9,318.920 08 


7,299.591 68 


699,840 07 


1,190,267 3C 


176,449 17 


33,329 81 


31.404 53 


623,894 26 


1888... 


8.972.739 84 


7,131.006 28 


796,242 70 


1,214,748 15 


171,790 38 


36,621 03 


42,004 78 


704,034 45 


1889... 


9,405,243 70 


7.413,3.54 83 


854,805 00 


1,266.638 56 


185,969 33 


36,805 32 


32,4.56 7C 


756,785 89 


1890... 


9.576,96.5 75 


8,220,299 5t 


957,312 22 


1.165.158 67 


170,028 06 


36.528 91 


37,938 11 


806,261 40 


1891.. 


9,114,271 75 


7,7C9,318 12 


932,032 53 


1,320,583 23 


217,612 94 


30,680 47 


44,888 99 


741,462 43 


1892. . . 


9.074,200 71 


7,814,666 93 


931,044 99 


783,740 50 


186,168 39 


27,446 98 


35,846 83 


697,184 17 


«893... 


9,4«8,747 08 


7,636,075 81 


1.058,095 75 


8.57,264 35 


180,132 25 


27,171 69 


30,816 89 


815,200 70 


1894... 


8,245,845 87 


6,960.950 68 


1,019,568 12 


978,224 53 


207,724 63 


22,894 36 


49.073 63 


879, 107 85 


1895... 


7.006.676 58 


6,897,395 04 


985,945 87 


892,. 547 04 


187,788 45 


24,361 92 


46,697 12 


755,251 48 


1896... 


7.3.58.514 15 


7,767,992 63 


1.020,804 74 


1.329,186 36 


162,118 81 


22.269 68 


39,386 02 


792,609 63 


1897. . . 


6,205,366 8P 


8,147,075 10 


969.539 64 


1,489,755 60 


1.50,587 43 


23.191 61 


33,474 C5 


920,096 46 


1898... 


6,649.428 60 


9.941,624 48 


1.183,890 30 


1,364,159 C4 


176,764 64 


20.606 24 


46,466 82 


908,046 37 


1899... 


7,328,191 92 


11,713.8.58 94 


1.300,876 33 


1.903,223 16 


181.346 14 


25,559 36 


52,842 44 


1,061,622 69 


1900... 


8,074,541 07 


13.491.872 86 


1,428,019 46 


2,189.798 17 


183,147 59 


28.548 59 


26,842 73 


1,171.-5-50 06 


190«... 


7,845,406 49 


I3.4t.,749 58 


1,794.555 55 


1,811,974 55 


191-527 27 


37, 138 80 


45,171 84 


1,350,098 08 


1902... 


8,424,693 04 


15,155,136 39 


2,163,016 40 


2,741,263 29 


205,803 43 


42,7C0 86 


88,174 27 


1,306,967 57 


1903... 


9,841,627 33 


17,069,881 19 


2,098,6.33 61 


3,255,121 88 


212,104 39 


45,912 40 


87,4-57 75 


1,527,113 35 


1904... 


10,338,017 31 


19,554,585 54 


2,113,667 94 


2,172,-571 04 


228,532 66 


41,226 25 


88,831 12 


1,726,681 98 


1905... 


11,171,01004 


20,.580,3C1 56 


2,224,967 73 


1,826.789 33 


216,933 42 


39,295 27 


123,388 07 


1,570.378 88 


1906... 


12.944,249 35 


22,187,102 94 


2,52C,C34 97 


1,8.52,538 47 


289,363 62 


44,716 82 


118,725 17 


1.620.711 72 


•1907.. 


11.823,197 06 


i9. 084, 738 46 


2,219,577 38 


1,521,946 23 


197,483 36 


43,941 45 


91,853 92 


1.309.895 96 


1906... 


17,26.5,293 25 


27,132,543 26 


3,331,3.50 36 


2,434,631 34 


.301,055 23 


54,079 21 


126,376 10 


1,812,404 99 


1909... 


13,449,341 99 


22,-526.806 6-5 


2,801,383 52 


1,709,641 79 


255,514 -39 


48,470 49 


112,251 96 


1,731,470 46 


1910 .. 


18,032,62*) 10 


29,515,8.36 43 


3,269,278 92 


1,934,523 03 


29C,268 99 


45,590 34 


1.56,168 96 


1,875.408 97 


1911... 


20,756,81C 71 


37.8.54,727 80 


3,342,954 67 


2,1.53,.8C 04 


237,265 35 


75,334 02 


175,984 52 


2,0.52,451 84 


1912... 


22,367,039 82 


49,177,584 32 


3,436,947 88 


2,246,745 17 


334,321 .59 


90,568 (4 


197,2-52 39 


2.254,024 52 


1913... 


27.158,162 29 


68,929,805 04 


4,141,150 64 


2,881,497 00 


245,919 50 


119.061 09 


315,391 84 


2,570,778 05 


1914. . 


25,816.854 15 


61,895,167 68 


4,223,138 30 


3.114,324 84 


250.904 64 


113,335 74 


383,037 75 


2,755,883 50 


1915... 


18.447,534 18 


42,335.574 74 


2,900,280 46 


l,C89.038 74 


189,612 71 


87,207 21 


279,181 33 


2,277,291 85 


1916... 


14,782,858 14 


49,908,888 80 


2,053,019 9C 


13,319 28 


130,859 23 


81..588 45 


183.779 26 


1,820,520 79 


1917... 


18,801,123 35 


75.516,313 64 


1.909,617 93 


3,338 02 


168,360 18 


87,295 25 


233,380 58 


1.154,834 68 


1918... 


14,077,045 20 


88,018,758 84 


», 514.. 316 82 


6,408 39 


171,714 82 


68,999 65 


155.635 27 


594,803 69 


1919... 


11,164,989 99 


87,079,923 49 


1,041.795 76 


69 20 


17,494 76 


29,761 47 


94,969 56 


137,-543 82 


(920... 


20,563,024 47 


112,3.59.727 73 


2.1i8.l22 55 


11. CIO 34 


222,558 80 


56.303 41 


159,539 54 


469,554 53 


1921. . 


35,615,766 2 


110.366,769 74 


4.360,667 54 


135,890 10 


377,423 20 


10, 965 74 


312.631 00 


2,279,379 89 


1922... 


23,585.155 14 


71.864,841 71 


3.503,657 16 


229,948 22 


320,168 17 


47,747 09 


208,488 61 


1,188,703 33 


1923. . 


28.424.48'5 40 


74,779,233 75 


3,446 706 01 


331,728 59 


348,850 51 


38,3C2 55 


231,478 54 


1.216.114 49 


1924. . 


28.1.36.4.59 19 


79,345,249 74 


5.390,368 21 


1 138,208 78 


478.617 53 


105,923 85 


314 405 09 


1,308,160 02 


1925... 


27. .543,640 17 


66,317,496 83 


5,717,9C1 99 


1,477,362 18 


486,044 58 


158,446 33 


336,082 17 


1,292,850 06 


1926... 


30,134,249 71 


80,816,739 34 


S, 102, i74 96 


1,985,471 43 


417,015 31 


161,583 62 


458,972 02 


1,215,817 95 


1927... 


32,330,0.34 01 


90,779,661 28 


7,686.059 92 


3,002,776 56 


468,576 73 


185.384 24 


903,044 42 


1,003, 18C 79 


1928... 


38.377,522 19 


97.124,431 08 


9,135,133 59 


3.69C.687 07 


529,364 24 


274,442 34 


783,745 77 


1,561.979 38 



*9 months. 



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ANNUAL REPORT, 1997-28 



17 



I 



No. 6 — Statement showing Percentage of Duty on Total Value of Goods 
entered for Home Consumption, Dutiable and Free; and percent^e of 
expenses of collection of Customs Revenue in the Dominion of Canada, 
during each year from 1868 to 1928, inclusive. 



■ 


PcrcentAKP of duty 

on Total Value 
of Goods entered for 
Home Consumption 

Dutiable and Free 


Percentage 
Expense of Collec- 
tion of C*ustom8 
Revenue 


1868 

1860 


p.c 

12 
12 
13 
13 
12 
10 
11 
12 
13 
13 
14 
16 
19 
20 
19 
18 
18 
18 
19 
21 
21 
21 
21 
20 
17 
17 
17 
16 
18 
17 
16 
16 
15 
16 
15 
15 
16 
16 
16 
15 
16 
16 
16 
15 
16 
17 
16 
17 
20 
17 
16 
17 
17 
14 
16 
16 
15 
15 
15 
13 
15 


25 
31 
28 
62 
11 
20 
32 
83 
44 
03 
03 
10 
70 
19 
27 
82 
64 
61 
50 
24 
57 
65 
21 
06 
56 
38 
13 
99 
28 
87 
95 
70 
98 
C6 
99 
87 
28 
04 
07 
66 
27 
IJ 
24 
87 
00 
03 
01 
39 
47 
46 
79 
24 
61 
49 
2.5 
67 
13 
08 
52 
96 
49 


p.c. 

0509 
0709 


1870 


05-41 


1871 


04'21 


1872 


0404 


1873 


04-35 


1874 


04-55 


1875 


04-44 


1876 


05-61 


1877 


a5.75 


1878 


05 -.i8 


1879 


05-56 


1880 


05 04 


1881 


03-87 


1882 


03-33 


1883 


03-26 


1884 


03-96 


1885 


04-14 


1886 


C4-10 


1887 


03-64 


1888 , 


03-81 


1889 


03-62 


1890 


03-63 


1891 


03-83 


1892 


04-39 


1893 


04-26 


1894 


04-75 


1895 


a5-t3 


1896 


04-43 


1897 


04-73 


1898 


C4-.37 




04 02 


1900 


03-71 


1901 


03-86 


1902 


03-62 


1903 


03-31 


1904 


03-31 




03-49 


1906 


03-31 


•l907 


03-04 


1908 


C3-30 




04-15 


1910 


03-31 


1911 


02-98 


1912 


02 -TS 


1913 


02-74 


1914 


03 -.59 


tl915 , 


04-77 


tl9l6 


0^.55 


tl917 .. 


02 54 


tl918 


02 51 




03-13 


tl920 


02-49 


tl921 

ttl922 

1923 

1924 


a3-.')6 
03-22 
02.58 
02-40 


tl925 


03-09 


♦1926 


02-83 


1927... 


02 66 


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*9 months. tExcIosivo of coin and bullioii. and inrludins war tax. ttPercentags expwiae of 
rolloction, calculated on total CuntomH ami Kxcino Revenue in 102iZ and mibaoquent years. 

60180 2 



18 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



No. 7 — Comparative Statement of the Values of the Imports entered for 
fiscal year from 1868 to 1928; showing also percentage excess of Imports 

entered for Home Consumption 







Imports entered for Home 






. 










Consumption 






E^orts 







Merchandis« 


Coin 




Merchandise 


Coin 










and 


Totals 






and 


Totals 








Bullion 








Bullion 






Dutiable 


lYee 


Produce 


Non- 
Produce 






S 


S 


$ 


S 


< 


$ 


% 


1 


IMS 


43.655.696 


23.434.463 


4.895.147 


71,985,306 


48,504,899 


4.196.821 


4,866,168 


57.537,888 


1869 


41.069,34:^ 


22.085,599 


4.247.329 


67,402,170 


62.400,772 
69,(»3,590 


3.855.801 


4,218,208 


60,474,781 


1870 


45.127,4;!2 


21,774, 65,<^ 


4,336.519 


71,237,603 


6.6:^7,622 


8,002,278 


73,573,490 


1871 


60.064,361 


24,120,026 


2,733,094 


86,947,482 


67,630,0;!4 


9.853,244 


6,690,350 


74,173,618 


1872 


68,276.15: 


36,679,210 


2,753,749 


107,709,116 


65,831.083 


12,798,182 


4,010,398 


82,639,663 


1873 


71.198.1/6 


53,310,953 


3.005,465 


127,514.594 


76.538,0-6 


9,405,910 


3,845,987 


89,789,923 


1874 


76,232.6o0 


»o,«4»,ad( 


4.223.;!f»2 


127,40»,lb9 


76.741.997 


10,614,0U6 


1,995,835 


89,361.928 


1878 


78.138,611 


39,270,05<- 


2.210.089 


119,618,65, 


69,709,823 


7,137,319 


1,039,837 


77.886.979 


1876 


60.238.29< 


32,274,810 


2,220,111 


94,733,218 


72,491,437 


7,234.9ol 


1,240,037 


80.96^,436 


1877 


60.916,770 


33.209.624 


2,174,089 


96.300.483 


68,030. 6i6 


7,111,108 


733,739 


75,875,393 


1878 


59.773.039 


30.6^2,812 


803,720 


91.199.5,7 


67.989.800 


11,164,878 


168,989 


79,323,667 


1879 


55.426,830 


23,275,683 


1,639,089 


80.3^1.608 


62.431,015 


8,355,644 


704,586 


71,491.266 


1880 


54.182.96< 


15,71/,5;5 


1,881,80/ 


71.782.3-j9 


72,899.697 


13,240,006 


1,771,755 


87,911.458 


1881 


71.620.726 


18,867,00^ 


1,123,2,5 


91.611.604 


83,944.701 


13,3,5,117 


971,005 


98.290.823 


1882 


86.75;. 433 


25,387,751 


1,603,743 


112.648.927 


94.137.657 


7,628,453 


371,093 


102.137.203 


1883 


91,5a8.339 


30,273.15, 


1,276,6:3 


123.137.019 


87.702.431 


9,751.773 


631,600 


98.085.804 


1884 


80,010.49» 


25.962.480 


2,207,666 


108.180,644 


79.833,098 


9.389.106 


2.184,292 


91.406.496 


1885 


73.209.618 


26.486.15' 


2,954,244 


102.710.019 


79,131,735 


8.079.646 


2,026.980 


89,238,361 


1886 


70,65<i,819 


25.333.318 


3.610,557 


99.602.694 


77.756.704 
80.960.909 


7.438.079 


56.531 


85,251,314 


1887 


78,120.0(9 


26,986.531 


532,218 


105.639.4^8 


8,549,333 


5.569 


89.515,811 


1888 


69,6^15,82-1 


31.025.80^ 


2.175,4/2 


102.847.100 


81.382.072 


8,803,394 


17.534 


90.203.000 


1889 


74.475.139 


34,6J3,U5. 


5,5,251 


109.673.447 


80.722.450 


6,938,455 


1.978.256 


89.189.167 


1890 


77,106,280 


34,576.28. 


1,083,011 


112.765,684 


85.257.686 


9,051,781 


2.439,782 


96.749,140 


1891 


74,536.030 


36.997.91)) 


1,811,170 


113,345.124 


88.671.738 


8,798,631 


946,927 


98,417,290 


1892 


69,160.737 


45.999.676 


1,818,630 


116,978,943 


99,032.466 


13,121,791 


1,809,118 


113.963.376 


1893 


69.8i3.571 


46,297,259 


6,534,200 


121,705.030 


105.488.798 


8,941,856 


4,133,698 


118,564.362 


1894 


62,779,182 


46,291,729 


4,023,072 


113.093.983 


103.851.764 


11,833,805 


1,839,380 


117,524,940 


1885 


68,657,655 


42,118,236 


4.676.620 


105,252.511 


102,828.441 


6,485,043 


4,325,319 


113,638,803 


1896 


67.239.(59 


38,121,402 


6.226,319 


110.587,480 


109,707.805 


6,606,738 


4,699,309 


121.013.863 


1897 


66,220.766 


40.397,062 


4.676.194 


111,294,021 


123.632.540 


10,825.163 


3,492.550 


137.950.253 


1898 


74,625,088 


61,682,074 


4.390,844 


130,698,006 


144.5i8,662 


14.980.883 


4,623,138 


164.152.683 


1899 


89,433, i;2 


69,989,244 


4.629,177 


154,051.693 


137,360,792 


17.520.088 


4,016.025 


158.899.905 


1900 


104,346,795 


68,304,881 


8,152,640 


180.804.316 


168,972,301 


14.266.254 


8,657,168 


191.894.723 


1901 


106.969, 75u 


71,961,163 


3,307,009 


181.237.988 


177,431,386 


17.077.757 


1,978,489 


196.487.633 


1902 


118.667.496 


78,080,308 


6,05.3,791 


202.791.595 


196,019,763 


13.951.101 


1,669,422 


211.640.286 


1903 


136.796.065 


88,298,744 


8,695,707 


233.790.510 


214,401,674 


10.828,087 


619,963 


225.849.724 


1904 


148.909.57b 


94,999,839 


7,654,917 


251.464,332 


198,414,4.39 


12,641,239 


2,465,567 


213,521.236 


1905 


160,928.787 


101.035.427 


9. 961,. 340 


261,925.554 


190,854,946 


10,617,115 


1.844,811 


203,316 872 


1906 


173.046,109 


110,694,171 


6,620,527 


290,360,807 


235,483,956 


11,173,846 


9,928,828 


266,586,630 


•1907. . . . 


152.065,6;^9 


98,160,306 


7,029,047 


257,254,882 


180.546,306 


11,541,927 


13,189,964 


206,277.197 


1908 


218.160,047 


134.380.832 


6,887.737 


358,428,616 


246,960,968 


16,407,984 


16,637,664 


280.006.606 


1909 


176,014,160 


113.580.036 


9.611.761 


298,205,967 


242,603,584 


17.318,782 


1,689.793 


261,512,150 


1910 


227,264,346 


143.053.863 


6.514.817 


375,833,016 


279,247,551 


19.516,442 


2.694.536 


301.358,620 


1911 


282,723.812 


170.000.791 


9.226.715 


461,951,318 


274,316.553 


15,683,667 


7.196.155 


297.196,366 


1912 


336,304,060 


187,100.615 


25.077.615 


547,482,190 


290,223,857 


17,492.294 


7.601.099 


315,317,250 


1913 


441,606,886 


229.600,3-19 


4.309.811 


675,517,046 


355,764,600 


21.313.765 


16.163.702 


393.232.057 


1914 


410.268,744 


208,935.25-i 


14.498,451 


633,692,449 


431,688,439 


23.848.785 


23.660.704 


478.997.928 


1915 


279,792,196 


176,163,713 


131,483,396 


687.439.304 


409,418.836 


62.023.673 


29.366.368 


490.808,877 


1916 


289,366,527 


218,834.607 


33,876,227 


642.077.301 


741.610.638 


37.689.432 


103.572.432 


882.872.603 


1917 


461,733,609 


384,717,269 


26,986,648 


873.4.'57.426 


1.151.375.768 


27.836.332 


196.547,048 


1,376.768,148 


1918 


642,341,522 


421,191,056 


11.290.341 


974,822.919 


1.640.027.788 


46.142.004 


3.491,403 


1.680, 661, 1«& 


1919.... 


626.494,658 


393,217,047 




916.429.335 


1.216.443.806 


62.321.479 




1.268.766.385 


1920 


693. US, 166 


370.872,958 




1.064.628,123 


1.239.492.098 


47.166.611 




1.286,658.700 


1921 


847,561.406 


392.697.476 


7,218,775 


1,240,168,882 


1.189.163.701 


21.264.418 


34,184.673 


1,210.428,110 


1922 


496,616.323 


262.178.009 


4,788,246 


747,804,332 


740.240.680 


13.686.329 


23,337.331 


753.027,009 


1923 


637,268.782 


266.320,462 


26.456.231 


802,679,244 


031.451.443 


13.844.394 


27.648.866 


045,296,837 


1924 


691.299.094 


302,067,773 


3.496,705 


893.366.867 


1.046,351.056 


13.412.241 


26.445.830 


1.068.763.297 


1926 


616.014.466 


280,918,082 


4.142.292 


796.932.637 


1.069.067.353 


12,294.290 


4.919.973 


1,061.361,643 


1926 


683.061,670 


344.277.062 


61.437.859 


927.328,7.32 


1.315.355.791 


13.344.346 


71.122.711 


1.328.700,137 


1927 


069,897.013 


370.996.492 


46.086,458 


1,030.892,606 


1.252.167.606 


15,415,636 


46.062.210 


1.367.673,143 


1928 


710.050.228 


398,906.238 


31,308,807 


1,108,966,466 


1.228.207,606 


22,248,691 


61.886.067 


1,260,466,307 



*0 months. 



ANNUAL REPORT, 19i7-£8 



19 



Home Consumption and Exports into and from the Dominion of Canada in each 
entered for Home Consumption over Exports or of Exports over Imports 
in each year. 



Eaoeaa Value o( Mer- 
chandise imported for 
Home Conmnnptinit orar 


Eaeessof 

total 
Exports 
over total 
Imports 
entered for 
Home Con- 
sumption 
including 
Coin 
and 
Bullion 


Peroeatace 
Excess of 
Total Imparts 
entered for 
Home Con- 
sumption 
over total 
Exports 
including 
Coin 
and 
Bttllioo 


Pereentace 
Exoesaol 
Total Exports 
over total 
Imports 
entered for 
Home Con- 
sumption 
including 
Coin 
and 
Bullion 


Peroeatace, laereaae or Deereaae 




Merchandise 
Exported 


Mer- 
chandise 
Exported 

Produce 
and noQ- 
Produoe 


Gross Imports 
entered for Home 
Consumption com- 
pared with pre- 
ceding year 


Gross Exports 
compared with 
preceding year 


- 




Increase 


Do- 
crease 


Increase 


De- 
crease 




S 
18,5S5,260 


I 

14,388,430 
6,898,368 
1.330.862 
16,731,120 
26.326.102 
38.505.194 
35,824.791 
40.561.420 
12.786.709 
18.984.740 
11.241.173 
7,015,860 


% 


P.O. 

25 04 
11 6 


p.c. 


p.c. 


P.O. 


P.O. 


p.c. 


IS 


10.;54.1ti9 








6-4 

oo-oo" 

00 6 

208 


606 
217 
0-8 
11-4 

8-6 


'66-5' 

128 

""i-z 
"o'o" 

■■■3:0 

68 
2-4 
4 5 

........ 

oo-o" 

3-3 

""i-i" 
4-8 

"io ■ 

■■■$6 ■ 

tib-oi 

tJ7-7 

"ti'-s" 
tis 


7.S5S.484 


2,335,887 


3-3 


6-7 

22 05 

23 9 
18-4 


187B 


l'>j.5%4,364 


172 
30 3 
42 01 
42 6 
63-6 
170 
27 05 
149 
12-4 


1871 


ay,iJ4,2*4 






1S73 


47,y;i,lOi 






1873 


46.438. 89U 






1874 


47,698.745 










1875 


20,021.670 








3-0 


ISM 


26,095.848 






1-7 


1877 


22,406.051 






5-3 
11-9 
10-7 


4 5 


1878 


16,271,494 








lS2t 




16,129,109 
6.679.219 


22 6 
7 3 




220 
11 8 
3-9 


1889 


6,543,628 






27-6 

22-9 

93 


1881 


17,007,527 


0,379.074 
24.407,292 
16.750,774 
12.544.394 
10.797.36> 
15.596.968 
10.486.16. 
21.887. 2f»5 
17.373,206 
14,063,585 

3.006,150 
740,176 


10-3 
266 
18 4 

15 1 

16 8 
1801 

14 02 
22 9 
16 6 

15 2 
2-7 
2-6 


lan 


34,159.065 






ISO 


26,139.880 






12- 1 
5-06 
3-03 

"i-k," 




1884 


20. 624.010 










188S 


18,235.433 










18M 


24,146,301 






• 06 


60 
00-7 


1887 


19,289,55b 






1888 


28.8.5.740 






6-6 
2-8 
005 
3 2 
404 


1889 


26.424.987 






"'i'.ik' 

6-0 


8-6 

1-7 

168 

404 


1880 


22,862.216 






1811 


16,127.947 






18B 


9,682.032 






isn 


6,219,147 


4.430,966 

8.386.292 
10.426.372 
26.656,232 
33,454,677 

4,845.312 
11.090.407 
15.349.614 

8.848.691 


SO 
7-9 
9 4 
23 9 
25-6 
3-2 
6 1 
8-4 
4-4 


ISM 












!S 








607 
006 
174 
17-9 
17-4 
00-2 
11 9 
163 
7 6 
4-2 
109 


6-5 
13-0 
180 








1817 








18M 


11,985,607 






ISit 


3,634.577 








20-8 
2-4 
7-7 
••7 


1000 


200,306 






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No. 10 — Statement showing the Total Value of Imports entered for Home 
Consumption and Exports of the Dominion of Canada, from and to each 
Country, during the twelve months ended March 31, 1928 



Countries 



Imports entered for Home 
Consumption 



Dutiable 
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Free Goods 



Total 
Dutiable 
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Exports 



Goods the 

Produce of 

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Goods not 

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Total 
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BRmsH Empire 



I'nitcd Ivingdora 

Aden 

Australia 

Barbados 

Bermuda — 

British East Africa 

South Africa 

West Africa, other 

Guiana 

Honduras 

India 

East Indies, other. 

West Indies, other 

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Sudan 

Ceylon 

Fiji Islands 

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Gibraltar 

Gold Coast 

Hong Kong 

Iraq 

Irish Free State 

Jamaica 

Malta 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 

Nigeria 

Palestine 

Sierra Leone 

Trinidad and Tobago 



150.053.603 

14,546 

3,305,236 

4.111 752 

20.433 

1.161.281 

97,004 

72,875 

6,057,475 

2,702 

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5.126 

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1,996.382 

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61,832 

307,360 

8,813 

14,697 

1.55,223 

1,090,286 

1,024 

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185,895,857 

14,546 

5.301 618 

6,215,804 

53,642 

1,223,113 

404,364 

81.688 

6,072,172 

1.57,925 

9,239,779 

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1,988,746 

6,844 

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1,102,399 

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1,388,414 
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410,691,392 

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1,364,952 

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14,518 

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11.042,851 

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297.545 

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104,408 

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16,633 

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412,763,353 

31.056 

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1,885,668 

1,398,206 

1,223,232 

8,725,573 

14,518 

2,346,671 

621,246 

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289,938 

4,325,251 

5,058.942 

349,881 

12, 111,. 355 

11,384,886 

331,806 

104.408 

72.855 

4,290,445 



Total British Empire 



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53,864,856 



24»,687,S28 



4M,265,8I5 



2,t25,787 



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OtHEB CotJNTBIES 



Abyssinia 

Alaska 

Albania 

Argentina 

Armenia 

Austria 

Azores and Madeira. 

Belgian Kongo 

Belgium 
Boliviu 

Brazil 

Bulgaria 

Canary Islands 

Chile 

China 

Colombia 

Costa Rica 

Cuba 

Csecho-Blovak ia 

Denmark 

Dutch Guiana 

'« East Indies.. 

" West IndiM. . 

Ecuador 

Egypt 
Eflthoni t 

Finland 

France 



40,784 
54,260 



2,011,583 

10 

573,047 

129,520 



117,302 
7,'838;i71 



40,784 
171,562 



21,828 
823 



9,849,754 

10 

594,875 

130,343 



1,305 

311,434 

613 

11,085,728 



59,344 



6,526 



l,3a5 

370,778 

613 

11,092,254 



7,014,841 



1,881,800 

10,751 

1,964 

89 

1,084,420 

768,437 

42,104 

4.598,945 

2,391,373 

86,888 



2, 883,. 396 

1,968 

206,310 



542,663 
74,962 



120, 167 

122 

32,729 

24.921.806 



522,508 

588,033 

6,811,939 

5,2.54 

088.226 

32.611 

30.305 

13,409 

688,620 

420,116 

618.001 

30,056 

66 

60.377 

1,661,026 



0,898,237 

1,968 

2,088,200 

10,751 

1,064 

522.507 

2.572.4.53 

7,680.376 

47.3.58 

6.587.171 

2,423,084 

126,283 

13,400 

1,131.283 

405.078 

618,001 

1,50,213 

188 

03,106 

26,473,732 



201, 

210, 

110, 
20,781. 

117. 

4,897. 

48, 

131. 

1.347, 

13.4.72. 

1.7.32. 

203. 
5.386. 
1.439. 
6,300. 

116, 
2.364, 

163, 

124, 
1,708. 

174. 
1,838, 
0,046, 



824 
004 
594 
857 
9.54 
082 
636 
0.58 
528 
396 
573 
050 
679 
483 
662 
414 
.334 
240 
.570 
004 
181 
447 
145 



2,650 



124.352 
264 
277 



4.206 
8.. 583 
2.968 
2.108 
3.000 
2,101 

203 
4.867 
1,080 

146 
30 



30 
91.687 



204,483 
210.004 
110. .594 

2n,oon.209 

I1^.•JIS 

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1.347,528 

13,436,602 

1,741,156 

206.008 
5.388,787 
1.442.402 
6,302.853 

116.617 
2,360,201 

166,2.38 

124,716 
1.708,034 

174,181 

1.838.477 

10.037.832 




ANNUAL REPORT, 1927-28 



53 



t 



No. 10 — Statement showing the Total Value of Imports entered for Home 
Consumption and Exports of the Dominion of Canada, from and Jo each 
Country, etc. — Concluded 



Countries 



Imports entered for Home 
Consumption 



Dutiable 
Goods 



Free Goods 



Total 
Dutiable 
and Free 



Exports 



Goods the 

Produce of 

Canada 



Goods not 

the Produce 

of Canada 



Total 
Exports 



Othkr Countriks — Con. 



French Africa 

" Guiana 

" East Indies 

" Weet Indies 

" Oceania 

Germany 

Greece 

Guatemala 

Hawaii 

Hayti 

Honduras 

Hungary 

Iceland 

Italy 

Italian Africa 

Japan 

Jngo Slavia 

Korea 

Lettonia 

Liberia 

Lithuania 

Madagascar 

Mexico 

Miquelon and St. Pierre. 

Mortxsco 

Netherlands 

Nicaragua 

Norway 

Panama 

Paraguay 

Persia 

Peru 

Philippines 

Poland 

Porto Rico 

Portugal 

Portuguese Africa 

Asia 

Roumania 

Russia / 

Salvador 

San Domingo 

Siam 

Spain 

Spanish Africa 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Syria 

Tripoli 

Turkey 

United States 

Uruguay 

Veneaoela 

Viixin Islands of U.S.A.. 



Total Other Countries. 
Total Merchandise 



52.557 



89,774 
61.340 



142.331 



61.340 



13,018,133 

2.38,585 

93,390 

303,866 

198, 173 

604,287 

65,018 

1,486 

3,360.745 



4,037.665 
15,549 



5.887 

33 

18.012 

1.921 

90 

881.057 



17,055,798 

254.134 

93,390 

309.753 

198,206 

622.299 

66,939 

1,576 

4,241,802 



10.453,459 

10, 274 

2,101 

3,820 



2,051,914 
1.767 



37.223 



12,505,373 

12,041 

2,101 

41.043 



424,901 

41,754 

13,442 

5,019,172 

1,668 

901,445 

3.230 



4.854 

62.671 

749. 186 

35.806 

1.286 

3.774,877 

893 

162,770 



99,112 
919,057 

937 
113,725 

365 
559.032 



130.406 

25,315 

4,297,345 

158,942 

21,727 

1,125 

163,247 



4,854 

62,671 

1,174,087 

77,560 

14,728 

8.794.049 

2^561 

1.064,215 

3,230 

130,406 

124,427 

5.216,402 

159.879 

135,452 

1,490 

722,279 



45,750 
11,422 
23,007 

2,452,627 
9.500 

2,243.604 



1,197 

61,697 

37 

214 

32,879 

328.546 



46.947 
73,119 
23,044 

2,452,841 
42,379 

2,572,150 



1.423,693 

8,034.395 

14.831 



438.427 

561.282 

331 



1.862,120 

8.595,677 

15, 162 



519,675 

416,047,644 

8,108 

206,421 



6.646 

303.388.593 

72.399 

7.117 



526.321 

719.436,237 

80,507 

213.538 



4.56, 

92, 

4, 

371, 

9, 

42.244, 

4,282, 

175, 

79, 

364, 

110, 

98, 

36, 

18,742, 

32,968, 

137, 

487. 

125, 

38. 

2, 

6, 

2,539, 

1,476, 

, 277, 

35.537. 

72. 

6,665, 

1.124. 

80. 

72, 

1,285, 

272. 

455, 

815, 

942, 

1.054, 

795, 

2,424. 

97, 

413, 

117, 

609, 

50, 

4,612, 

498. 

158, 

62. 

478.003, 

1.628. 

1.497, 

13, 



912 
1.58 
891 
511 
413 
217 
227 
917 
369 
770 
832 
374 
753 
516 
179 
243 
955 
360 
322 
363 
840 
789 
947 
340 
783 
951 
733 
770 
817 
756 
896 
525 
751 
975 
388 
210 
816 
236 
953 
071 
232 
034 
227 
653 
921 
342 
270 
742 
150 
640 
646 
209 
544 
518 



220 



81,128 

9,645 

204 

210 



1.143 



2,902 

i6;547 

250 



21.513 
24.237 



143.273 



3.526 
1,552 



8.049 
414 



12 



2.380 
"24 



6.315 



20.304 
22,629 



18.640.873 
i25 



457. 132 

92.158 

4,891 

371.511 

9.413 

42,325.345 

4.291.872 

176. 121 

79.579 

364.770 

111.975 

98.374 

36.753 

18.745.418 

179 

32.984.790 

137.955 

487.610 

125,322 

38.363 

2.840 

6.789 

2.561.460 

1.500.577 

277.783 

35.681.224 

72.733 

6.669,296 

1.126.369 

80.756 

72.896 

1.293.574 

273.165 

455.975 

815.400 

942.210 

1.054.816 

236 

795.953 

2,426.451 

97,232 

413,058 

117,227 

615.968 

50.921 

4.632.646 

520.899 

158.742 

150 

62.640 

496,644.519 

1.628.200 

1.497, 6<» 

13.518 



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No. 11 — Comparative Statement of Goods remaining in Warehouse in 1926, 

1927 and 1928 



Articles 



RomainitiK in 

WarclujUMe, 

March 31, 1926 



Quantity Value 



RemaininK in 

Warehouse, 

March 31, 1927 



Quantity Value 



RemaininR in 

Warehouse, 

March 31, 1928 



Quantity Value 



Agricultural and vegetable products, 
mainly foods — 

Grain and products $ 

Fruits and nuts $ 

Sugar above No. 16 D.S Lb. 

Sugar not above No. 16 D.S Lb. 

Molasses Gal 

Tea Lb. 

CofiFee Lb. 

Other vegetable food products. . . $ 

Agricultural and vegetable products, 
other than foods — 

Brandy Gal, 

Gin Gal 

Rum Gal 

Whiskey Gal, 

Wines Gal, 

Other Spirits Gal, 

Tobacco, unmanufactured $ 

Tobacco, manufactures of S 

Vegetable products, n.o.p | 

Animals and animal products — 

Fish S 

Leather S 

Other animal products $ 

Fibres, textiles and textile products — 

Cotton S 

Flax $ 

Silk S 

Wool $ 

Other fibres and textile products. I 



Wood and paper products — 

Wood 

Paper 



7,734,356 

59,975,437 

201,999 

12,561,931 

3,120,646 



Iron and steel and manufactures — 

Automobiles No 

Other iron and steel manufactures I 

Other ores, metals and metal 
manufactures $ 

Non-metallic minerals and products — 

Coal Tons 

Glass S 

Oil S 

Other non-metallic minerals and 
products S 

Chemicals and chemical products . $ 

Miscellaneous commodities $ 



Total. 



103,305 
131,937 
73,077 
448,826 
281,968 
135,775 



503 



809,848 



99,548 

725,065 

187,952 

6,085,881 

20,904 

4.226,091 

1,352,276 

754,154 



778,295 
1,869,299 

534,806 
8,451,416 

984,508 

481,992 

1,946.850 

50.799 

134.241 



301.184 
124.488 
377.347 



846,715 
254.183 
590.417 
1.255.930 
309,368 



313.227 
488.207 



530,604 
1,642,552 



425,156 



1,586,071 

61,552 

710.448 



87,148 

1,111.119 

883,406 

M.SSS.IM 



4,869,449 

69.575.855 

666,891 

19.597,450 

3.431,560 



132, 155 
128,347 
48,941 
417,642 
336,661 
108,304 



283 



1,867.981 



75,482 

932,213 

120,282 

7,242,531 

59,287 

920, 166 

1,365,974 

415,336 



893.318 
2,085,559 

396,748 
7.859.846 
1.156.074 

290,028 

1,187.262 

72.293 

145.424 



410,980 
106,318 
353,161 



911.042 
179.148 
814.054 
818.700 
330.005 



273,104 
513.327 



336.213 
1.766.584 



420,827 



3,531.353 

78.786 

762.578 



72.233 

462.473 

1.002,979 

S8,S7«,I88 



8,694,470 

56,126,740 

172,517 

16,419,066 

5,792.896 



163,654 
183,429 
69,525 
835,116 
518,349 
139,967 



577 



1.704,874 



147. 120 

880,631 

216,101 

6.513,735 

19,685 

4,961,011 

1.474,601 

365.539 



1,326.983 

3,087.675 

762,537 

16.635,553 

1,845,627 

487.623 

1.693,807 

84,208 

162,349 



258,633 

80.460 

362.885 



915,132 

89,288 

979,885 

1.350.254 

451,383 



262,695 
413.205 



656,462 
1,621,450 



550.660 



3,032,470 

93.734 

526.986 



107. 160 

805.807 

1.028,606 

M,t42.Mt 



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57 







58 CUSTOMS AXD EXCISE 

No. 13— Abstract of the Total Value of Exports by Countries 



Countries 



Goods 

the produce of 

Canada 



Goods 

not the produce 

of Canada 



Total Exports 



British Empire 



United Kingdom 

Aden 

Australia 

Barbados 

Bermuda 

British East Efrica 

" South Africa 

" West Africa, other.. 

" Guiana 

" Honduras 

" India 

" East Indies, other.. 

" West Indies, other. . 

" Oceania, other 

" Straits Settlements. 

" Sudan 

Ceylon 

Fiji Islands 

Gambia 

Gibraltar 

Gold Coast 

Hong Kong 

Iran 

Irish Free State 

Jamaica 

Malta 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 

Nigeria 

Palestine 

Sierra Leone , 

Trinidad and Tobago 



Total British Empire 



Other Countrhs 



Abyssinia 

Alaska 

Albania 

Argentina 

Austria 

Axores and Madeira 

Belgian Kongo 

Belgium 

Bolivia 

Brasi! 

Bulgaria 

Canary Islands 

Chile 

China 

Colombia 

Costa Rica 

Cuba 

Ctecho-Slovakia 

Denmark 

Dutch Guiana 

East JndiM. . 

" West ImUm, 
Ecuador 
Egypt 
Esthonia 
Finland 
Fraooe 
French Africa 

" Guiana 

" Etmt Indies. 

" West Indiee 

" Ooeanis 



410,691, 

31, 

14, 189, 

1,836, 

1..364, 

1,223, 

8,724, 

14, 

2,284, 

604, 

11,042, 

4, 

3,861, 

49, 

1,540, 

118, 

727, 

297, 

9, 

23, 

464, 

2,465. 

289, 

4,325, 

4,951, 

349, 

11,661, 

11,366, 

331, 

104, 

72, 

4,240, 



392 
056 
446 
952 
952 
232 
969 
518 
744 
613 
851 
428 
847 
319 
530 
449 
369 
545 
254 
958 
641 
946 
938 
251 
196 
881 
248 
500 
806 
408 
855 
751 



4M,3<5,845 




1, 
311, 

11,085, 

291, 

210, 

110, 

20,781, 

117, 

4,897, 

48, 

131, 

1,347, 

13,4,32, 

1.732, 

203, 

5,386, 

1,439, 

6,390, 

116, 

2,364, 

103, 

124, 

1,798, 

174, 

1,838, 

9.946, 

456, 

92, 

4, 

371, 

9, 



305 
434 
613 
728 
824 
004 
594 
857 
954 
082 
636 
058 
528 
396 
573 
050 
679 
483 
662 
414 
334 
249 
570 
004 
181 
447 
145 
912 
158 
891 
511 
413 



2,071.961 



3,583 
48,716 
33,254 



604 



61,927 

16,633 

287 



40,447 



452 

1,283 



20,707 



107,746 



450, 107 
18,386 



49.694 



2.nfi.787 



59,344 



6,526 
2,659 



124,352 
264 
277 



4,206 

8,583 

2.958 

2,108 

3,009 

2,191 

2a3 

4,867 

1,989 

146 

30 



30 

91,687 

220 



412,763,353 

31,056 

14,193 029 

1,885,668 

1,398,206 

1,223,232 

8.725,573 

14,518 

2,346,671 

621,246 

11,043,138 

4,428 

3,902,294 

49,319 

1,540.530 

118,449 

727,821 

298.828 

9,254 

23,958 

464,641 

2,486,653 

289,938 

4,325,251 

5,058,942 

349,881 

12,111,355 

11,384.886 

331,806 

104,408 

72,855 

4,290,445 



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1.305 

370.778 

613 

11,092,254 

294,483 

210,004 

110.594 

20,906,209 

118,218 

4,897,359 

48.636 

131.0.^8 

1.347,528 

13,436,602 

1,741,156 

206,008 

5.388.787 

1,442.492 

6,392,853 

116.617 

2,369,201 

165.238 

124,716 

1.798,034 

174,181 

1,838.477 

10,037,832 

457, 132 

92, l.'iS 

4,891 

371.511 

9,413 




ANNUAL REPORT, 19i7-28 59 

No. 13 — Abstract of the Total Value of Exports by Countries — Concluded 



L Countries 

Germany 

Greece 

Guatemala 

Hawaii 

Hayti 

Honduras 

Hungary 

Iceland 

Italy 

Italian Africa 

Japan 

Jugo Slavia 

Korea 

Lettonia 

Liberia 

Lithuania 

Madagascar ^ 

Mexico 

Miqueion and St. Pierre 

Morocco 

Netherlands 

Nicaragua 

Norway 

Panama 

Paraguay 

Persia 

Peru 

Philippines 

Poland 

Porto Rico 

Portugal 

Portuguese Africa 

" Asia 

Roumania 

Russia 

Salvador 

San Domingo 

Siam 

Spain 

Spanish Africa 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Syria 

Tripoli 

Turkey 

United States 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 

Virgin Islands of U.8.A 

Total Other Countries 

Grand Total Merchandise, Exports 



Goods 

the produce of 

Canada 



Goods 

not the produce 

of Canada 



Total exports 



478 
1 
1 



,244.217 
,282,227 
175,917 

79,369 
364,770 
110,832 

98,374 

36,753 
,742,516 
179 
,968,243 
137,955 
487,360 
125,322 

38.363 
2.840 
6,789 
,539,947 
,476,340 
277.783 
,537.951 

72,733 
,665,770 
,124,817 

80.756 

72,896 
,285,525 
272,751 
455.975 
815,388 
942,210 
054,816 
236 
795,953 
424,071 

97,232 
413,034 
117,227 
609.653 

50.921 

612,342 

498,270 

158,742 

150 

62,640 
003,646 
628,209 
497.544 

13,518 



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81.128 

9.645 

204 

210 



1,143 



2,902 



16.547 



250 



21.513 
24,237 



143,273 



3.526 
1.552 



8,049 
414 



12 



2,380 



24 



6,315 



20.304 
22,629 



18.640,873 



125 



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42,325,345 

4,291,872 

176,121 

79,579 

364,770 

111,975 

98,374 

36,753 

18,745.418 

179 

32.984.790 

137.955 

487.610 

125.322 

38.363 

2,840 

6,789 

2.561.460 

1.500.577 

277.783 

35,681,224 

72,733 

6,669,296 

1.126,369 

80,756 

72,896 

1,293,574 

273, 165 

455,975 

815,400 

942,210 

1,054,816 

236 

795.953 

2.426.451 

97.232 

413,058 

117,227 

615,968 

50,921 

4.632,646 

520,899 

158.742 

150 

62.640 

496.644,519 

1,628.209 

1,497,669 

13.518 



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INDEX TO EXCISE TABLES AND STATEMENTS 
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Per Capita Consumption 

Excise Duty Collections, by Ports 

Comparative Excise Duty Collections, by Provinces 

Comparative Statement of Excise Duty Revenues 

Comparative Statement of Exciseable Articles taken for Consumption 

Sprits: — Comparative Statement of Manufacture 

" — Comparative Transactions in Distilleries 

" — Warehouse Return, by Ports 

" — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Return 

Malt: — Comparative Statement of Manufacture 

" — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Return 

Malt Liquor: — Comparative Statement of Manufacture 

" — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Return 

Tobacco: — Comparative Statement of Manufacture 

" — Warehouse Return, Manufactured before June 1, 1908 

" — Warehouse Return, by Ports 

" — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Return 

" — Foreign Raw Leaf, Comparative Statement of Warehouse Return. 

Cigars: — Comparative Statement of Manufacture 

" — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Return 

Inspection of Petroleum 

Number of Licenses by Ports 

Excise Tax Collections, by Ports 



3 
7 
8 
11 
12 
13 
14 
16 
17 
20 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
28 
29 
32 
36 
38 
39 
40 
41 
44 



REPORT 

OF THE 

COMMISSIONER OF EXCISE 



To the Hon. W. D. Euler, 

Minister of National Revenue. 

Sir, — Herewith I have the honour to submit statements of the Excise 
Revenues collected by this department during the fiscal year ended March 31, 
1928, with statistics respecting the sources whence these revenues were derived. 
The following summary comparison shows the accrued revenues for the fiscal 
years ended March 31, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927 and 1928. 





1924 


1925 


1926 


1927 


1928 


Kxcifte Duty, . 


% 

38,616.038 

123.668,847 


39,005.343 
89.330,838 


S 
43.370.231 

99.228.334 


S 

49,139.913 

106.723,328 


S 

58,062,085 


Fxnisp Tat 


91.662.086 






Totals 


162,284.885 


128.336.181 


142.598,565 


155,863,241 


149,724.171 







Details of Excise Revenue accrued during the undermentioned fiscal years: 



1924 



1925 



1926 



1927 



1928 



Spirits 

Malt-Liquor 

Malt 

Tobacco 

Cigars 

Acetic acid 

Manufacturers in bond 

Other receipts 

Totals. . . . 



9,371,063 

93.072 

3.280.057 

25.236.296 

608.685 

100 

18.725 

8.040 



9,393,661 

107,734 

3.540,621 

25,421,602 

516,606 

100 

17,675 

7.344 



10,932,578 

113,933 

3,840,774 

27,919.051 

539.300 

100 

17,250 

7.245 



13,904.584 

223.833 

3,811.&57 

30.638.418 

536.845 

150 

17.350 

7.176 



18.267.537 

239,245 

4.277,066 

34.702.359 

549.896 

150 

17.700 

8,170 



38.616.038 



39,005,343 



43,370.231 



49,139.913 



58,062.123 



The quantity of spirits produced during the fiscal year was 11,596,200 proof 

gallons, as compared with 9,121,051 proof gallons produced in the previous 

fiscal year. The raw materials taken for use in the production of spirits, during 

the fiscal year were as follows: — 

Lb. 

Malt 25.116,100 

Indian com 78 871 . 584 

Rye 53.617.W5 

Oata 139.184 

Wheat 24»,««0 

MoUuMS 49,801,495 

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The transactions of the several distilleries will be found in Statement No. 7. 

Proof gal. 

There was, on April 1. 1927. in process of manufacture 859.893 

Manufactured during the fiscal year 11, 596, 200 

Returned to distilleries for redistillation — In bond 1,847,567 

Received into distilleries from other sources — Duty paid 255, 938 

Total 14.559.598 

This was disposed of as follows: — 

Proof gal. 

Placed in warehouse. 13,851,317 

Fusel oil and spirits wTitten ofT 19, 345 

Deficiency arising from rectification 3,818 

Remaining in process of manufacture, March 31, 1928, by actual stock taking 685, 118 

Total 14,559,598 

Spirits. — The following statement shows the warehousing transactions in 
Spirits during the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928, and the four preceding 
fiscal years: — 



Fiscal Years 


In Ware- 
house at 
beginning 
of year 
including 
transits 


Ware- 

housad 
during 
the year 
Ex-distil- 
lery 


Other- 
wise 
ware- 
housed 


Entered 
for 

consump- 
tion 


Exported 


Used in 
bonded 
factories 


Other 
wise 
account- 
ed for 


For 

redistil- 
lation 


InWare- 
bouaeat 

end 
of year, 
including 
transits 


1923-1924 

1924-1925 

1926-1926 

1926-1927 


Pf. gal. 
8.677.289 

8.718.502 

11.691.495 

12,797,396 


Pf. gal. 
5.615.401 

8.646.683 

7.328.232 

10.842.001 


Pf. gal. 

164,677 

41,696 
119,972 
156.677 


Pf.gal. 
899.291 

910,316 

1.082,785 

1.404.111 


Pf. gal. 
875.699 

803,535 

499.007 

571.792 


Pf . gal. 
1.244.249 

1.053.472 

1.109,295 

1,170,059 


Pf. gal. 
1.521.588 

1.485.894 

1.894,957 

2,438,928 


Pf.gal. 
1.198.038 

1,462.169 

1.756,259 

1,810,783 


Pf.gal. 
8,718.503 

11.691,496 

12,797,396 

16,400,401 


ToUls 


41,884,682 


32,432.317 


483.022 


4,2»6,603 


2.760.033 


4,677.076 


7,341.367 


6,337,340 


49.607,704 


Average 


10,471.170 


8.108.079 


130,755 


1,074.126 


687.508 


1.144,269 


1.835,342 


1,566.812 


12.401.948 


1927-1028 


16.400,401 


13.851,317 


11,016 


1.896.357 


579.420 


1,069.622 


3.101.771 


1.847,567 


21.767.997 



The foreign demand for Canadian distillery products is less than the average 
of the last four years, the quantities exported being as follows: — 

Proof gal. 

1923-1924 875.699 

1924-1925 803,535 

1925-1926 499,007 

1926-1927 571 ,792 

1927-1928 579.420 

The following statement shows the entire quantities of spirits upon which 
duties were collected during the several fiscal years recited therein. 





Canadian Spirits 


Imported 

Spirits used 

in 

Bonded 

Factories 


ToUl 

quantities 

upon which 

duty was 

coUeoted 


Revenue 
accrued 

including 

Lioenae 

Fee* 


Fiscal Years 


Paid duty 

Ex- 
distiUery 


Paid duty 

Ex- 
warehouse 


1CB»<1IM 


Pf.gal. 

638 

3,796 

6.153 

1,686 


Pf.gal. 
1.980.977 

1.923.006 

2.072.490 

3,417,760 


Pf.gal. 
163.663 

40,183 

110.600 

166.881 


Pf.gal. 
8.144,177 

1.967,583 

3.198.333 

3.676.755 


t 
0,371,0a 


19H-19U 


9.803.661 


1035-1036 


10.932.678 


1«M-1037 


13.904.664 






Totalii 


13.171 


8,804,831 


478.716 


8.886.748 


43.601.866 








8.043 


3,008,708 


119.679 


3.331.437 


10.000,464 






10S7-1O3S 


3.818 


3.066,946 


0,033 


3.060.707 


18,367,637 







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Cigars. — The following statement shows the transactions in Cigars during 
the fiscal year ended March 31, 1928, and the four preceding fiscal years: — 



nralTMn 


In Ware- 
hooaeat 
becinning 
of year, 
including 
transits 


Manu- 
factured 

during 
the year 


Assees- 
ments 
to brine 
p.oduc- 
tion up to 
standard 


Entered 

(or 
Consump- 
tion 


Export- 
ed 


Other- 
wise 
aocount- 
edfor 


In Ware- 
house at 
end of 
year, 
including 
transits 


Revenue 
accrued, 
includias 
LiceaM 
Fees 


1923-1934 


No. 
10.838,Mfi 
13.409.295 
13.348.545 
15.093,385 


No. 

193.536.358 
(a) 14.600 
167,114.719 

175.658.048 

175.433.456 


No. 
1,404.006 
938,968 
627.450 
55.427 


No. 
198.042.909 
167.158.419 
174.363,188 
176,335,838 


No. 
166.700 
107.050 
100.570 
88.500 


No. 
64.705 


No. 
13.499,295 
13,348,545 
15,093.385 
15.138.555 


S 
608 685 


1934-1935 


516.600 
539.300 
536.845 


1925-192« 


76.900 
19.375 


1936-1927 


ToUls 


58.789.870 


711.747,181 


3.025,851 


714,900,354 


462,820 


160.980 


57.079.780 


2.201.436 


Averace 


14.692.467 


177.936.795 


756,463 


178,725.088 


116,705 


40.245 


14.269.945 


550.359 


1927-1928 


15.138.555 


180.824,419 


66.934 


181,797.548 


107.465 


3.750 


14.121.145 


549,896 





(a) Re-warehoused. 

Inspection of Petroleum. — The quantity of Petroleum and Naphtha inspected 
during the fiscal year was as follows: — 

Galls. 

Petroleum 80,079, 755 

Naphtha 319, 642, 586 

Total 399. 722. 341 



Geo. W. TAYLOR, 

Commissioner of Excise. 



Department of National Revenue, 

Ottawa, October 25th, 1928. 



ANNUAL REPORT, 19t7-i8 7 

No. 1 — Table showing the Annual Consumption, per head, of the under- 
mentioned articles, pajang Excise and Customs Duties, and Revenue, per 
head, derived annually. 



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Yean 



Doimni<Hi of Canada 



Qtiantity 



Spirits 



Beer 



Wines 



Tobacco 



Duty 



Spirits 



Beer 



Wines 



Tobacco 



GaUs. 



GaUs. 



1860 

1870 

1871 

1878 

187S 

1874 

1875 

187« 

1877 

1878 

187» 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 

1886 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1880 

1800 

1801 

1803 

1803 

1804 

1806 

1806 

1807 

1808 

1800 

1000 

1001 

1003 

1003 

1004 

1006 

1006 

*1907 (nine months) . 

1008 

1000 

1010 

1011 

1013 

1013 

1014 

1016 

1016 

1017 

1018 

1010 

1030 

1031 

1033 

1033 

1034 

1086 

1«36 

1087 

ins 

Awrace 



290 
163 
490 
774 
188 
012 
091 
454 
322 
169 
209 
248 
298 
747 
882 
924 
639 
839 
084 
247 
263 
360 
790 
516 
485 
722 
471 
528 
460 
808 
995 
364 
680 
035 
692 
730 
123 
484 
765 
146 
708 
713 
999 
598 
005 
300 
071 
950 
188 
414 
948 
100 
954 
375 
028 
790 
233 
617 
636 
070 



Galls. 



115 
195 
259 
257 
23S 
288 
149 
177 
096 
096 
104 
077 
099 
120 
135 
117 
109 
110 
095 
094 
097 
104 
111 
101 
094 
089 
090 
070 
084 
082 
086 
085 
099 
090 
094 
093 
093 
095 
095 
102 
091 
105 
114 
114 
131 
124 
095 
062 
061 
061 
026 
078 
077 
037 
037 
062 
066 
074 
001 
123 



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1 


•755 


3 


•190 


2 


052 


2 


481 


1 


999 


2 


566 


1 


995 


2 


•316 


2 


051 


1 


976 


1 


•954 


1 


036 


2 


935 


2 


150 


2 


280 


2 


476 


2 


623 


2 


052 


2 


062 


2 


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1 


153 


2 


143 


2 


292 


2 


291 


2 


314 


2 


264 


2 


163 


2 


120 


2 


243 


2 


358 


2 


174 


2 


300 


2 


375 


2 


371 


2 


483 


2 


664 


2 


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2 


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3 


048 


3 


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3 


183 


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323 


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427 


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273 


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434 


3 


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383 


3 


317 


3 


468 


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3- 


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•182 
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•186 
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•198 
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•257 
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•235 
•124 
•159 
•341 
•306 
•367 
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•574 
•631 
•766 
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•240 
•086 
•951 
•788 
•810 
•M3 
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•266 
•869 
•006 
•339 
•100 
•606 
•083 
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108 
120 
119 
114 
098 
100 
147 
125 
081 
081 
098 
103 
104 
111 
091 
100 
110 
114 
121 
137 
311 
318 
205 
161 
164 
213 
126 
174 
185 
195 
311 
300 
317 
214 
338 
267 
268 
341 
243 
267 
288 
320 
338 
379 
362 
304 
338 
179 
343 
303 
308 
387 
373 
380 
406 
413 
467 



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1661 



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070 
066 
086 
009 
075 
067 
062 
067 
055 
073 
092 
097 
082 
074 
074 
066 
066 
068 
072 
080 
076 
070 
060 
056 
047 
041 
041 
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044 
047 
048 
049 
049 
049 
052 
064 
067 
060 
057 
069 
063 
076 
009 
061 
033 
033 
036 
016 
056 
074 
040 
067 
081 
086 
003 
106 
170 



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250 
336 
423 
350 
443 
438 
513 
446 
430 
440 
428 
443 
486 
473 
366 
303 
603 
614 
6O0 
530 
639 
600 
680 
601 
683 
646 
630 
671 
616 
841 
863 
864 
903 
067 
006 
036 
100 
317 
104 
101 
060 
167 
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361 
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620 
608 
630 
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Totals 



f 1925-26 

Spirits \ 1926-27 

(1927-28 

f 1925-26 

Malt Liquor \ 1926-27 

[1927-28 

f 1925-26 

Malt ]l926-27 

[1927-28 

f 1925-26 

Tobacco \ 1926-27 

[1927-28 

f 1925-26 

Cigars \ 1926-2' 

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Licenses ] 1926-27 

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10,928,078 03 
13,899,584 19 
18,261.412 32 

108.637 50 
218,347 05 
234,220 05 

3.839,173 67 
3.809,756 58 
4,274,966 11 

27,915,989 27 
30,635,582 90 
34,699,538 85 

533,443 17 
531,941 27 
545 353 49 

43.559 00 
43,592 50 
46,594 50 

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SPIRITS 
No. 6 — Comparative Statement of Manufactures for 





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Material Taken 


Provinces 


Grain 




No. 


Fees 


Malt 


Indian 
Com 


Rye 


Oats 


Wheat 


1927 
t)ntatio 


7 
8 
2 
3 


1 

1,750 

2,000 

500 

750 


Lbs. 

7,329,053 

3,563,482 

722,969 

l,a35,303 


Lbs. 

40.787,185 

11,239,910 

4,387.356 

6.064,455 


Lbs. 
13.918,368 
4.450.814 

•485.808 
2.274.091 


Lbs. 
128.320 
105,840 


Lbs. 
165.300 


Quebec 


Manitoba 


1,450.720 


British Columbia 


49,790 






Totals 


M 


6,«M 


K,CM,8«7 


«2,478,*M 


21,129,l6t 


283,»M 


i,«tcnt 




1928 
Ontario 


8 
8 
1 
2 
4 


2,250 

2,000 

250 

625 

1,000 


14,636,482 
7,447,703 


51.242,965 
16.283.849 


33,075.051 
13.585,737 


137.616 
1.568 


106.200 


Quebec 


New Brunswick 




Manitoba 


169.790 
2,862,125 


1,236,528 
10,108,242 


88.446 
6.868.461 




143.460 


British Columbia 










Totals 


23 


«,t35 


25,11I,1N 


78,871,584 


53,617,«95 


139,184 


249,«M 






















ANNUAL REPORT, 19S7-t8 15 

SPIRITS 

the Fiscal Years ended March 31, 1927 and 1928 



for use 


Used in 
spirits 


Proof 

Spirits 

manufactured 


Duty collected 

ex-manufactory 

on 

deficiencies 

and assessments 


Total 

duty 

collected 

ex-manufac- 

tory, 

including 

license fees 




Molasses 




Total Grain 


Grain 


Molasses 


Lbs. 

62,328,226 

19.360,046 

7,046,853 


Lbs. 
35.954.390 
30.113.585 


Lbs. 

61,606,654 

19,378,022 

7,088,853 

9.383,055 


Lbs. 
35,897,990 
30, 100. 145 


P. Galls. 

5,472,193 70 

2,538,459 37 

420, 108 04 

690,289 54 


P. Galls. 
988 77 
383 27 
212 78 


S cts. 
8.903.72 
3.449 43 
1.919 28 


$ cts. 

10.653 72 

5.449 43 

2.419 28 


9,423,639 


2.779.456 


2.779.456 


750 00 








•8,t58,7«4 


f8,8i7,43t 


t7,45«,584 


C8,777,59t 


»,t21,l5« C5 


t,584 82 


14,272 43 


\%,m 43 


99.198,314 
37,318.857 


23,721,200 

23,192,271 

988 054 

1,899.970 


98,729,282 
37,263,147 


23,596.200 

22.918.671 

988,054 


7,156,709 25 

3,098,301 07 

35,456 06 

102,564 25 

1,203,169 45 


28 69 
1,002 33 


259 07 
9.029 30 


2.509 07 

11,029 30 

250 00 


1.638,224 
19.838,828 


1,713,824 
19,885,476 






625 00 


1,899,970 


2,786 45 


25.133 78 


26. 133 78 


157.994.223 


49,801,495 


157,591,729 


49,402,895 


11,596,200 08 


3,817 47 


34,422 15 


40,547 15 



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SPIRITS 

No. 8 — Statement of Warehouse Returns for the Fiscal Year ended 

March 31, 1928 



17 



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■■r 



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Remaininc 

in 

Warehouse 

from last 

year 


Warehoused 


Imported 


Received bom other 
Ports 




r Ports 


Removed 

daring 

year 


In 
Transit 
last year 


Totals 




P.GaUs. - 

998-25 

3, 420, 003 07 

70-95 

143-54 

1,345-41 


P. GaUs. 


P. GaUs. 


P. GaUs. 
58.124-77 
203,359-98 
353-56 


P. Galls. 


P. Galls. 
59. 123 03 


Belleville 


4,431.430-87 


3,307-52 


11.349-59 


8.069.401-93 


Brantford 


424-50 


Chatham 




363-3« 




495-90 


CobouTC 




6.045-11 

212-85 

38,183-34 

16,273-31 

6,192-75 

9,361-42 

9,559-90 

233-81 

49,303-61 

744 48 

165-00 

293.793-74 

354-75 

663.252-34 

29.661-52 

12.061-50 




7,390-53 


OorawHil . . 








212-85 




3,413-64 

872-03 

1.485.662-43 




3,106-60 


383-80 


44.076-37 






17.145-34 


lCH«lufw>r 


262,282-56 
321,308-63 






1.754.137-74 


T/iwI'mT 






330.760-06 


lAodim 


355 40 




1,31200 


11.127-90 


NiKcnitF*!!"... 






233-81 


Ottawa 


5,404-40 




3,483-65 




57.101-60 


Port Hope 






744-48 












16600 


Preecott 


834,006-26 

143-62 

1,747,385 68 

4.571,811-94 

496-65 








1.128.790-00 


St . T>>omiv« 








498-37 


Toroato 


1.832.605-35 

1,911,064-61 

•16-50 


1,183-06 


168-40 


4.244,585-73 


Windaor 


0,512 554-57 


Wood«tock 






12,55815 


Total, Ontario 


12, 074, 094 17 


8,758,782-02 
•16-50 


\ 8,583-08 


1.397.237-73 


12,904-48 


22,251,617-98 














1,411-76 

239,497-93 

151,780-94 

165-00 

4.975-32 

47,182-81 

1.826-55 

82-60 

2.838-00 

354-75 

565-62 


74-91 

3,598 21 

299-62 


1,486-67 


Moatreal 


3.630,464-30 
33.146-25 


t4-23 

3,461,376-72 

tl. 961-90 


440-76 


0,345,348 04 


Qnebec 


186,330-71 


n^^nimn FiJIf 






106-00 


Sonl ~ 


3.87318 

365.348-47 

70-95 


43.351 52 
59.780-93 






52.200-02 


St. Hyacinthe 






373.312-21 






82-50 


1,980-00 


SattoB 






83-50 












3.838-00 


Three Riven 


38-57 








383-33 


VaUe>field 









565-63 


Total, Quebec 


2,941,931-72 


tl, 961-90 

3,564,50917 

:4-22 


440-76 


450. 681 18 


3,05014 






6,962,588-09 




3.338-06 






19.986-35 
141-90 

23.073-18 

434-16 

3.016-70 




23,315-31 










141-00 


St. Joha 


1.338-33 


13.083-30 




425-70 


37,830-60 






434-16 


Woodstock 


141-90 






73-M 


1,331-80 










Total. New Bnmswick 


4,709-18 


13.083 30 




46,643-39 


498-06 


04.033-8; 


Halif^T 


1,635-45 




■ 


3,440-36 
141-00 


141-00 


4,230-01 


Yannoath 






141-00 


Total. Nova Scotia 


1,635-45 






2,69116 


141-00 


4,308 61 


Chartottetown. P. E. Island 








191-90 




14100 




335,483-36 


260,321-10 




159,933-40 


0,454-27 


003,100-33 
























13,896-13 






44.o««ao 

431-13 


1,061-80 


60,610-0> 


SMlcatooa 






431 SS 


Total. Saskatchewaa 


13.806-13 






46, 101 01 


1.061-80 


60,047-94 


Citlgnrr.. 


10,408-33 
5,316-33 






30,778-67 
44,093-61 


■■731-23 


31.180-70 








60,131-06 


Total. Alhitrta,,.. . , 


15.734-64 






04.873-06 


731-33 


81.317-84 










Kfrw W«#tiniBft«r 


066.780-37 

411.386-00 

3.376-90 


006,805-43 
668,81003 








1,301.585-70 


Vaacoaver . , . ^ . ... 




00.030-33 
14. 023 16 




1.030.733-30 


Victoria 






10.80006 


Total, British Cohimbia. . . . 


1,070,344-07 


1,354,031-46 




81.343-48 




3.415.308-01 


Dawaoa, Yokoo 


340-39 










340-30 






1 


nil ■ ■ 1 






HmdriM 


8,613-54 










8,013-54 














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U,S74,ff78-6i 


U.861,S17» 
1«6« 

ti.on-M 


•.•a-84 


t,348.4«l-» 


S6,7n-77 


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CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 

SPIRITS 
No. 8 — Statement of Warehouse Returns for the 





Entered for Consumption 


Removed to other Ports 


PorU 


Quantity 


Used in 
Bonded 
Factories 


Duty 


Warehoused 
in Ports 
to which 
removed 


In Transit 


Amherattmig 


P. Oalls. 


P. GaUs. 
68.310-43 


t CU. 

16.005 75 

3.933.557 42 

678 24 

969 09 

16,133 44 

510 84 

132,815 50 

4.952 35 

740.052 54 

12.182 77 

83.503 72 

565 16 

223.070 72 

1,786 75 

300 72 

402,842 32 

373 76 

1,551.299 13 

2,902.238 23 

3.314 68 


P.GaUs. 


P. GaUa. 


Bell«vfll«...7. 


436,876-85 


OOS.STS-is 


16,031-13 


Btwtfocd 


282-60 

354-93 
6.722-27 

212-85 
31.555-45 
16.714-68 

425-70 




Cfuitham 


























ii,l527-48 














83.279-23 
1.353-84 
5.979-63 


33,789-05 
07,336-34 










4,035-90 

333-81 

30,141-49 

744-48 
123-75 




NiACara Fnlla . , , . ■ ■ - - ■ 






Ottawa 


17,186-81 






Port Hope 














Prsjoott 


44.773-85 


180,840-83 




fit Thomii'* , , , . , 


498-37 

307.915-14 

29.265-89 

12.558-15 




TotDOtO 


133,43203 
317,127-68 


118,087-52 
458,703-35 


1,367-78 


Windsor 


026-34 


Woodstock 












Total, Ontario 


1,040,8:600 


498.095-89 


10.006,043 13 


1,781,628-24 


18,314-36 










1,488-87 

391.081-74 

56.740-98 

185 00 


3.568 00 

4.112.462 16 

960.292 50 

123 76 

2.046 56 

5.822 08 

4.142 16 

198 00 

425 70 

383 12 

1.367 49 






Montreal 


419.032-83 
103,838-89 


237,002-54 
133-70 


043-16 












226-89 
483-36 






8t Hyscinthe 




110,76907 
41-25 






1.725-90 
82-50 

2.83800 
354-75 
565-62 




Sutton 








































623,381-97 


355,041-16 


5.090,821 S3 


348.846-65 


04316 








31,830-33 




196,681 45 

340 56 

18,878 94 

1,017 98 

7,686 18 








141-90 

13,243-40 

424-16 

3.160-91 














St Stephen 


























21,830-22 


16,970-37 


224,605 11 














1. 737-68 


1,870-78 
141-90 


20.136 18 
340 66 




















Total, Nova Scotia 


1,737-88 


3,013-68 


20.478 72 












Charlott«towni P, K. Tfiland 




141-90 


340 66 
















40,714-62 


166,669-42 


406.303 33 


43,003-35 














76 16 

453.177 41 

346 60 








60,338-69 




366-31 




Saskatooo 


431-83 












Total, Saskatchewan 


60.338M 


431-83 


463,600 18 


866-31 








OalfKMT 


17.648-69 
U,7e«-80 


4,433-84 
34,906-38 


163,303 61 
144.147 24 


141-71 
704-77 












Total, AlberU 


32,416-8« 


39,339-13 


306.360 76 


038-48 






1 


j^^nr Wi>^iniiiat«r 


84,717-88 
78,567-34 
14,666-86 




786.330 90 
700,618 76 
133.132 40 


37,686-30 

36,003-43 

73-87 




Viuiooitv^r 


10,634-83 
406-19 




Victoria 








Total, Rritiah CoininMa 


176,940-37 


11,030-03 


1,838.001 33 


73.883-30 






_ 




rnao 




1.668 76 












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8«adri«8 
























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1,8N,8MN 


l,MI,ai-88 


IS.m.lM 17 


S.M8,44)» 


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ANNUAL REPORT, 19S7-i8 
SPIRITS 
Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1928 



19 



Cr. 





Free 


Exported 


Remaining 

in 
Warehouse 




Taken for 
RedistillatioD 


Lesal Allowance 


Other 


TotaU 


P. Galla. 


P. GftUs. 


P. GaUa. 


P. GaUa. 


P. Gallfl. 

2,812-50 

4.271,470-16 

141-90 

140-97 

668-25 


P. GalU. 

59,123-02 


l.l&6,Ml-22 


124.725-41 


919,638-93 


241,89609 


8.069.401-93 
424-60 










496-90 










7,390-62 










212-86 










693-44 

430-66 

1,566,676-08 

77,904-99 

1,112-56 


44,076-37 










17-145-34 


4S-21 
13,3O8-03 


20, 919 08 


56.883-73 
140,072-69 


4,119-66 
794-66 


1,754,137-74 
330 760 06 






11.127-99 










233-81 










9,864-36 


67 191-66 










744-48 










41-26 
694.923-06 


16600 




31.939-69 


126.02809 


50.276-78 


1.128 79000 




498-37 


5,871-72 
186.287-86 


10,609-43 
201.620-41 


326,304-69 
26.615-34 


9.923-36 
164.84718 


3,331. 18407 
5.128.161-62 


4,244.586-73 

6,5l2.664-67 

12 668-15 














1,361.414-64 


389.813-92 


1.594.543-47 


471.866-62 


15,086.226-96 


22.251.617-98 












1,486-67 




12. 361 01 


837,615-54 
693 00 


11.183-66 


4.228.511-27 
24.020-06 


6.345,34804 
185 226-71 








166-00 










61, 973 13 

188,036-40 

212-85 


62-20002 




1,369-39 




27.333-62 


372 312-21 






1 980-00 










82-50 












2 838-00 










28-57 


383-33 










565-63 














321.037-78 


43,730-40 


838.308-54 


38.51717 


4,492,782-27 


6,962.68809 






1-41 


2-93 


1.480-76 


23 315-31 






141-90 






13,083-39 




11.493-80 


37 820-69 








424 16 










70-95 


3.231-86 
















13.084-80 


2-93 


13.045-50 


64,933-82 
















61815 


4,226-61 










141-90 






















618- 15 


4,368-61 






















141-90 
















5,862-23 


79.419-33 




204.830-48 


662,190-22 
























674-52 




8.138-30 


59.516-63 








431-32 


















674-52 




8.188-30 


59.947-94 


















8.962-65 
9.664-20 


31,186-79 










50,131-06 




















18.626-85 


81.817-84 


1 






1 




83,318-35 


17,15408 
7,866-28 


36.92866 
74,384-97 


7.905-10 

61,117-36 

30-68 


M, 143. 881 OS 

770.349O5 

1,664-86 


1.361.686-70 

1.036.738-S6 

16.809-06 










33.813-35 


25.020-36 


111.813-68 


00.04314 


1,915.884»4 


8.418.308-01 










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8.011-64 


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MALT 



No. 10 — Comparative Statement of Manufactures for the Fiscal Years ended 

March 31, 1927 and 1928 



Provinces 


Licenses 


Grain 
Steeped 


Grain Used 
in Malt 
Manufac- 
tured 


Malt 


Total Duty 
Collected 
Ex-Manu- 
factory 
including 
License 
Fees 


No. 


Fees 


Manufac- 
tured 


Paid 
Duty 


Warehoused 


1927 
Ontario. 


4 
2 
1 

1 
2 


1 

750 
400 
200 
200 
250 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


1 cts. 
7.50 00 


Quebec 


49,225,800 

71,285,900 

22.076,400 

1,331,060 


49.061.600 

69,274.700 

22.076,400 

1,357,980 


39,716.700 

58,698,330 

18,294,210 

1.071,714 


i,050,770 


39,716,700 

58,698,330 

18,294,210 

20,944 


400 00 


Manitoba 


200 00 


Alberta 


200 00 


British Columbia. . . 


31,773 10 


Totals 


1« 


1,8M 


14S,»1»,1M 


141,77t,«W 


117,78t,»54 


l,*S«,77f 


ll«,73«,t81 


33,323 !• 






1928 
Ontario 


4 

2 
1 

1 
2 


750 
500 
300 
300 
250 


6.240.580 
43,303,000 
74,513,600 
51,157,790 

2,054.791 


5.950,180 
43,682.200 
72,206,000 
50,946,590 

2,054,791 


5,039.890 
35.488,435 
61,959,062 
41,614,850 

1,733,000 


383,490 


5,039,890 
35,488,435 
61.959.062 
41.614,850 

1,349,510 


750 00 


Quebec 


500 00 


Manitoba 


300 00 


Alberta 


300 00 


British Columbia. . . 


11.754 70 


Totals 


1* 


2,1M 


177,3«9,7<1 


174,839,7tl 


145,835,237 


883,4M 


145,451,747 


13,M4 ?• 

























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CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



MALT LIQUOR 

No. 12 — Comparative Statement of Manufactures for the Fiscal Years ended 

March 31, 1927 and 1928 



Provinoes 


Licenses 


Malt 
L'sed 


Other 
Commo- 
dities 
Used 


Malt 

Liquor 

Manufactured 


Malt 

Liquor 

Exported 


Total Duty 
Collected 
ex-Manu- 
factory 
including 
License 
Fees 


No. 


Fees 


1927 
Ontario 


32 

10 
2 
2 

10 
4 
6 

18 


S 

1,600 
500 
100 
100 
525 
150 
300 
850 


Lbs. 

24,193,974 
62,645,510 

1,184,910 
396,500 

8.716,354 

3,467.520 
10.592.425 

8.626.786 


Lbs. 

443,305 
191,400 


Gals. 

10.597.252 

28.276.040 

417,200 

129,000 

3,561,494 

1.400,342 

4,207,684 

3,166,828 


Gals. 

1,170 

10,766 

324 

7,659 


$ cts. 
1,600 00 


Quebec 


500 00 


New Brunswick 


100 00 


Nova Scotia 




100 00 


Manitoba 


69, 149 


26,227 95 


Saskatchewan . . . 




150 00 


Alberta 


10.500 
27,156 




300 00 


British Columbia 


9.537 


1.062 10 


Totals 


84 


4,125 


11»,823,97» 


741, 5t« 


51,755,84f 


2«,45< 


M,M« M 






1928 
Ontario 


37 
9 
2 
2 
8 
5 
6 

15 


2,200 
500 
100 
100 
550 
225 
450 
900 


37,018,235 

66,132,931 

777.782 

537.500 

8,518,870 

3,997.129 

10.612,880 

8,531,833 


633,259 
209,000 


14,947.123 

30.112.501 

287.617 

179.525 

3,539.643 

1.503,687 

4,526,506 

3,301,311 


585 
10, 152 


30,649 90 


Quebec 


500 00 


New Brunswick 


100 00 


Nova Scotia 




4,143 


100 00 


Manitoba 


7,200 


2,200 75 


Saskatchewan . 




225 00 


Alberta 


55,000 
34,794 




450 00 


British Columbia 


10.029 


3,421 50 


Totals 


84 


5,925 


t3<,127,lM 


M9,253 


58,S97,913 


Zi,M» 


S7,«47 15 







Exported.. . 
Ship Stores. 



1927 
gals. 
23,993 
5,463 

29,456 



1928 
°ils. 

21.029 
3.880 

24,909 



ANNUAL REPORT, 19g7-28 



2ft 



MALT LIQUOR 

No. 13. — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Returns for the Fiscal Years 
ended March 31, 1927 and 1928 



Balance 


Ware- 
housed 


Totals 


Provinces 


Ex- 
ported 


Entered for 
Consumption 


Remain- 
ing in 
Ware- 
house 


Totals 


Warehouae 


Quantity 


Duty 
Paid 


Gals. 
47,880 


Gals. 

704,214 

393.990 

161.195 

32.688 


Gals. 

752,094 

418.031 

161.195 

45.780 


1927 
Ontario 


Gals. 


Gala. 

736.824 

388,885 

161,195 

5,050 


$ cts. 

110,523 60 

58,332 75 

24,179 25 

757 50 


Gals. 

15.270 
19.474 


Gals. 
752.094 


24,041 


Quebec 


9.672 


418.031 




Alberta 


161.195 


13.092 


British Columbia 

Totals 


9.699 


31.031 


45.780 


85,913 


l,2»2,t87 


1,377,IM 


19,371 


1,291,954 


193,793 19 


95,775 


1,377,199 




1928 
Ontario 




15.270 


775,695 

471,150 

78,785 


790.965 

490.624 

78.785 

31,031 




782,721 

473,575 

78.785 

8,905 


117,408 15 

71,036 25 

11.817 75 

1.335 75 


8.244 
13.881 


790.965 


19.474 


Quebec 


3.168 


490,624 




Alberta 


78.785 


31,031 


British Columbia 

Totals 


10,029 


12,097 


31.031 








•5,775 


1,K5,<M 


1.391,4*5 


18,197 


1,343,98S 


291,597 M 


u,m 


1,391,495 









1927 

Total duty accrued ex-manufactory and ex-warehouse $219,708 15 

License fees 4,125 00 



1928 
S234.220 05 
5.025 00 



$223,833 15 $239,245 05 



26 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



TOBACCO 
No. 14. — Comparative Statement of Manufactures 





Licenses 


Total 
Weight of 
Raw I^eaf 
Tobacco 
and other 
materials 
actually 
used 


Tobacco 


Provinces 


No. 


. Fees 


Produced 


Paid 
Duty 


Ware- 
housed 


1927 
Ontario 


9 
39 
1 
3 
2 
2 


$ cts. 

450 00 
1.925 00 
50 00 
150 00 
100 00 
100 00 


Lbs. 

1,771.970 
25.613, 941i 


Lbs. 

952.274 
19.762.307 


Lbs. 

743.525 
17.619.277 


Lbs. 

208.749 
2.143.030 


Quebec 


Nova Scotia 


Prince Edward Island 


170, 160 

13.593 

21,323i 


184,149 
12.276 
22.957 


184, 149 
12.276 
22,957 




Manitoba 




British Columbia 








Totals 


M 


2,375 N 


27,5M,»88 


29,tt3,M3 


18,582,184 


2,W1,77» 




1928 
Ontario 


10 
41 
3 
2 
2 


500 00 

2,000 00 

150 00 

75 00 

100 00 


2,002,085 

27,674,852 

177.994 

12. 186 

17.159 


977.205 

19.991.847 

190.072 

11.725 

17.684 


794,590 
18,442,296 

190,072 
11,725 
17,684 


182.615 
1.549,561 


Quebec 


Prince Edward Island 


Manitoba 




British Columbia 








Totals 


68 


2,825 W 


29,884,271 


21,188,5» 


1«,45«,S«7 


1,732,1M 





ANNUAL REPORT, 1997-28 

TOBACCO 

for the Fiscal Years ended March 31, 1927 and 1928 



27 



Cigarettes 


Cigarettes, 
Overweight 


Snuff 


Total Duty 
Collected 
ex-Manu- 
factory 
(including 
License 
Fees) 


Produced 


Paid 
Duty 


Ware- 
housed 


Pro- 
duced 


Paid 
Duty 


Ware- 
hous- 
ed 


Pro- 
duced 


Paid 
Duty 


Ware- 
hous- 
ed 


No. 
361,119,860 


No. 

358,473,760 
2,843.421.950 


No. 

2,646,100 
107.569.000 


No. 

57,900 
1.382.400 


No. 

57,900 
1.382.300 


No. 


Lbs. 


Lbs.^ 


Lbs. 


S Ct8. 

2,300,634 36 


2,950.990.950 


100 


854.057 


854.047 


10 


20.772.326 90 
50 00 




















36.979 80 














570 


570 




2.669 20 














4.691 50 






















S,S12,110,81« 


S,2*l,895,7t« 


119,215,199 


1,449,399 


1,449,299 


199 


8M,927 


851,917 


19 23,117,35179 


447.481,320 


446,005,470 
3,312.787.105 


1,475,850 
244,719.750 


50,350 
1.459,550 


50,350 
1,341.550 










2.836,004 65 


3.557.506.855 


118.000 


945. 132 


945.105 


27 


23.770.959 91 
38.164 40 














525 


525 




2,525 00 














3,636 80 






















4,tM,»88,175 


3,758,792,575 


249,195,999 


1,599,999 


1,391,999 


08,999 


945,957 


945,939 


27 


29,951,299 79 



28 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



TOBACCO— MANUFACTURED BEFORE JUNE 1, 1908 

No. 15 — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Returns for the Fiscal Years 
Dr. ended March 31, 1927 and 1928 Cr. 



Remaining 

in 
warehouse 

from 
last year 


Totals 


Provinces 


Remaining 

in 
warehouse 


Totals 


Lbs. 
461 


Lbs. 

461 
19.7191 


New Brunsi^ick 


1927 


Lbs. 

461 
19,719} 


Lbs. 
461 


19,719} 


Sundries 


19,719} 




ToOpiIs 

New Brunswick 




2t,18ti 


2t,18»i 


2«,18»} 


M.lSt} 




1928 


461 


461 
19,719i 


461 
19,719i 


461 


19,719} 


Sundries 


19.719i 




Totals. 




7»,im 


2t,18t} 


M.IM} 


2«,18-§ 







ANNUAL REPORT, 1927-28 



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Dr. 



TOBACCO 
No. 17 — Comparative Statement of Warehouse Returns 





Remaining in Warehouse 
from last Year 


Warehoused 


Provinces 


Tobacco 


Cigarettes 


Over 
weight 
Cigar- 
ettes 


Tobacco 


Cigarettes 


Over 
weight 
Cigar- 
ettes 


Snuff 


1927 
Ontario 


Lbs. 

14,509 
106,596 


No. 

638,350 
44,237,000 


No. 
800 


Lbs. 

208,749J 
2,143,030 


No. 

2,646,100 
107,569,000 


No. 


Lbs. 


Quebec 


100 


10 


New Brunswick 




Nova Scotia 


9,729 


36,350 
236,050 












British Columbia 


1,500 






















Totals 


13«,834 


45,147,7M 


2,3N 


2,351, 779i 


U«,215.1N 


IM 


It 






1928 
Ontario 


10,937i 
39,178 






182,615 
1,549,551 


1,475,850 
244,837,750 






Quebec 


8,742,666 
197,500 
244.000 
316,650 






27 


New Brunswick 




Nova Scotia 


9,729 












British Cf^lumhia 


























Totals 


M,844i 


f.SM.lM 




1,7S2,1M 


24ff.S13,«N 




27 







ANNUAL REPORT, 19£7-t8 

TOBACCO 
for the Fiscal Years ended March 31, 1927 and 1928 



Received from other Porta 


Totals 


Tobacco 


Cigarettes 


Tobacco 


Cigarettes 


Over- 
weight 
Cigar- 
ettes 




Removed 
during year 


Removed 
during year 


In Transit 
last year 


SnufiF 


Lbs. 


No. 

193.400 
1,108,500 

712,000 
1,381.000 
1,168,000 


No. 
5,000 


Lbs. 

223,2581 

2.249,626 

60 

9.789 


No. 

3.482.850 

152,914,500 

712,000 

1,417,350 

1.404.050 


No. 


Lbs. 




900 


10 


60 






60 












1,500 












12* 


*M9.tm 


6.9H 


2,482.7331 


15»,»3»,7M 


2,4M 


!• 


16 


125,500 

371,450 

440,000 

1,255,600 

1,537,000 




193,568^ 

1,588,729 

25 

9,729 

604 


1,601,350 

253,951.200 

637.500 

1.499,600 

1,863.650 












27 


25 
















604 


16,666 












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i.7i$,u» 


lf,N« 


l,792,<55i 


259, 553, 3M 




27 









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36 




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CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



Dr. 



RAW LEAF TOBACCO, INCLUDING 
No. 18 — Comparative Statement of Warehouse 



Remaining 

in 
warehouse 

from 
last year 


Imported 


Warehoused 

ex 

factory 


Received from other 
Ports 


Totals 


Provinces 




Removed 
during year 


In transit 
last year 




std. lbs. 
2,660,053 


std. lbs. 

1.853,357 

14.897,282} 

1,305 

1,416 


std. Iba. 

2,673 
24} 


std. lbs. 

2,648 

357,013} 

150 

257 


std. lbs. 


std. lbs. 

4,518,731 

22.661. 018J 

1,819 

24,934 

5.654 

20.243 

40 

2.8.54} 

28,721 


Ontario 

Quebec 

New Brunswick 




7,406,378} 
364 


320 




23,261 






Nova Scotia 

Prince Edward Island.... 




5,654 








6,868 


13,375 

40 

802 

15.217 








Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 














1,755} 




297 
547 






12.957 
















1«,117,2tl 


lC,782,7«4i 


2,W7} 


3M,»U} 


32« 


Z1,2U,$Ui 


Totals 


2.580,932} 


2.023.137 

15,622.991 

1,034 

1.687 


7 
10 


10.257 

484.677 

415 




4.614.333} 

24.836,665} 

1,864 

25,513 

5,477 

22,224 

21 

l,a58 

27,790 


1928 

Ontario 

Quebec 

New Brunswick 




8, 721, 4591 
415 


7.527} 




23,826 






Nova Scotia 

Prince Edward Island 




6.477 










7,611 


12.410 

21 

463 

21,170 




2.203 




Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 












377 




218 
376 






6.244 
















U,t4*,U2i 


17,«82,«13 


17 


4f8,14« 


7.fi27} 


3t,5S4,9452 


Totals 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1927-28 



37 



STEMS, SCRAPS AND CUTTINGS 

Returns for the Fiscal Years ended March 31, 1927 and 1928 



I 



Cr. 



Entered 
for Consumption 


Removed to 
other Ports 


Exported 


Des- 
troyed 


Remuning 

in 
warehouse 




Quantity 


Duty 


Ware- 
housed in 

Ports 
to which 
removed 


In 
Transit 


Totals 


std. lbs. 

1,783,429* 
13,666,239^ 
1,404 


S cts. 

745, 169 80 

5,538.203 00 

561 60 

463 20 

70 80 

4,851 80 

16 00 

963 00 

10,789 40 


std. lbs. 

137,499 
223. 239 J 


std. lbs. 


std. lbs. 

15,290 
32. 132} 


std. lbs. 

1,580 
10,4191 


std. lbs. 

2,580,932} 

8,721,459} 

415 

23,826 

5,477 

7,611 


std. lbs. 
4.518,731 


7,527} 


22,661,018} 
1,819 


1,108 










24,934 


177 










5.654 


12,632 










20.243 


40 










40 


2,477} 










377 
6.244 


2.854} 


22,303 


174 








28,721 












15,48»,8t«! 


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3M,9t3} 


7,5?7} 


47,422} 


11, Mt} 


ll,M«,M2i 


27,2«4,«U} 


1,963,700 

14,538,218 

1,445 


827,483 20 

5,898,822 15 

586 00 

473 60 


154.952 
342.976 


277 
2 


4,327 
11,346 


2,570} 
7,245i 


2.488.507 

9,936,878 

419 

1.165 

5.477 

10,661 


4.614.333} 
24,836,665; 
1,864 


1,177 








23,171 


25,513 










5,477* 


11,563 


4,868 60 

8 40 

318 40 

11.052 60 










22,234 


21 










21 


567 


218 








273 
4.937 


1.058 


22,787 






66 


27.790 












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CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



INSPECTION OF PETROLEUM 

No. 21 — Comparative Statement of Inspected Petroleum and Naphtha shipi)ed 
from Refineries during the Fiscal Years ended March 31, 1927 and 1928 



Provinces 



Licenaes 



No. Fees 



Petroleum 



Naphtha 



Totals 



1927 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Totab... 

1928 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

Manitoba 

Saskatchewan 

Alberta 

British Columbia 

Totals. ... 



21 



Zt 



n 



n 



Gals. 

39,100,34605 
6,349.54700 

13, 194, 691 00 
7,947. 70200 

22, 562, 770 00 
1,855,454-50 



Gals. 

89, 174, 857 00 
48,820, 16300 
25,934. 15000 
23.767.56100 
35. 392, 082 00 
24.330.51200 



Gals. 

128. 275. 203 05 
55.169.71000 
39, 128. 841 00 
31, 715. 263 00 
57.954.85200 
26.185.966-50 



fl,«l«,51« 65 



247,41f,325 



SS8,42t,8U U 



37,305,789-88 
4,965.797-00 

12,019,448-00 

25,20000 

8,212,21300 

12.272,98600 
5,278,321-50 



110,415 
62,675 
39,733 
69 
30,151 
43,209 
33,387 



,372 15 
,95500 
,46800 
.472-00 
.001-00 
,967-00 
,350-50 



147,721,162-03 
67, 64 1,752 00 
51,752,91600 
94,67200 
38, 363, 214 00 
55,482.953-00 
38, 665, 672 00 



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ANNUAL REPORT, 19S7-t8 



41 



No. 22 — Statement showing the number of parties under Licenses for the year 

1927-28 



^^^^^H Ports 


2 

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c 

2 

£ 

u 

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B 


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1 

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1 


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1 

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AmlierstbuTK 




1 






1 
















4 






Belleville 


2 






1 
1 


















Brant ford 


2 
1 
2 








2 






































2 






Cobourg 


























Collingwood 




























Cornwall 




1 








1 
1 

1 

4 
3 

1 
1 
2 


















Fort Frances 
















1 










Fort William 




























Guelph 




1 
6 
























Hamilton 




1 


4 


3 








2 






1 




Kenora 
















Kingston 




2 

1 


























Kitchener 


1 
1 




2 










1 










Lindsay 


2 














London 


8 

1 


1 


9 
1 


2 


2 








2 










Niagara Falls 


















North Bay 


























Oshawa 






























Ottawa 




5 


1 


"i' 


1 


2 


















Owen Sound 




















Peterborough 




1 


























Port Arthur 










1 


















Port Hope 




1 
1 


























P*re8cott 


1 

1 


























Samia 








1 
1 






2 














Sault Ste. Marie 






1 
























2 


















Stratford 








1 




1 

1 
1 










































St. Catharines 








2 

2 
8 


























1 
105 


ii 




















Toronto 


1 


2 
1 


8 


35 




3 


1 


6 


1 




1 




1 






Welland 








1 


1 


















Whitby 










1 
















Wind.wjr 


1 


13 

1 








5 


6 






1 
































Ontario 






























8 


154 
2 


15 
"5 


32 

1 
3 


10 


40 


77 


3 


5 


1 


13 


1 


8 


1 


1 


Chicoutimi 








1 






















Hull 




■ 




2 
23 


1 
2 


















6 


95 

17 

1 

5 


13 
2 


33 
1 


33 
4 


7 
2 


2 


3 


4 






1 


1 


Quebec 
























1 




Shcrbrooke 






3 




1 


















1 

1 


















St. Hyacinthe 






1 
1 














1 




1 


.... 






1 
1 
2 
2 

126 




1 














Sutton 




























2 


.... 




















Valleyfield 
























Quebec 


8 


























20 


43 


41 


11 


85 


3 


2 


3 


5 


' " ' 


1 


a 


1 



42 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 



No. 22 — ^Statement showing the number of parties under Licenses for the year 

1927 -28^Conclvded 



Porta 


S 

5 


B 

a 

1 

s 

B 


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-€ 

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B 
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1 

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2 

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8 

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£ 

1 


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1 

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£ 

a 

£ 

1-4 


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1 

1 

B 
> 


E 
S 

1 

B 

o 


!2 

1 


1 


Fredericton 






1 


























Moiroton 




1 

8 
2 
3 








1 
2 
















' 


St. John 


1 


2 


1 




2 


















St. Stephen 


















Woodstock 




























































New Brunswick 


1 


14 


3 


1 




2 


3 

1 
1 


















Amherst 


















Halifax 




4 

1 

5 
1 


2 
2 






2 




1 




1 










Yarmouth 




1 
1 












Nova Scotia 




3 


2 


2 




1 




1 










Charlottetown. P.E.I 










— ^— 


Brandon 








2 

7 

9 

5 

3 
2 
1 
1 

7 

1 

1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 


1 
8 

9 
2 
















= 


Winnipeg 


2 
2 


27 
27 




2 
2 


2 
2 




1 

1 


1 

1 




1 
1 








Manitoba 








Moose Jaw 








North Portal 


























Regina 












4 
2 


.... 


1 


















1 


1 
















Prince Albert 




















Saskatchewan 




1 

3 
4 


2 
2 


1 

1 




8 

6 
6 
3 


1111 


1 

4 

1 
4 




















1 


1 








£draonton 










Lethbridge 




















Medicine Hat 
























Alberta 




7 


4 


1 




14 




9 




1 


1 








Cran brook 








=■ 


Femie 






































2 






















Nelson 




























1 






2 






















pMiticton 






















































Rossland 






























Ytmeonvtir 


3 


10 
1 


4 

2 


4 

1 


2 


5 
2 


3 

1 


.... 


3 


1 










1 


Victoria 
































British Columbia 


4 


11 


6 
1 


9 


2 


17 


4 




3 


1 










1 










. 




Dawson, Y.T 










































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• 


M 


s 


f 


t 


. 


Grand Total 


2S 


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CI 


M 


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• 


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EXCISE TAXES 



43 



44 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 
Statement showing Excise Taxes (Domestic and Impor 



Port* 



Lioeoaes 



Stamps 



Auto- 
mobilea 



Matches 



Sales 



Plsyins 
Cards 



Clears 



NOTA SCOTU— 

Amberst 

Annapolis Royal — 

Anticmish 

Aricnat 

Baddock 

Barrinctod Passage. 

Bridsewater 

Canso 

Digby 

Glace Bay 

Halifax 

Kentville 

Liverpool 

Lockeport 

Lunenburg 

Middleton 

New Glasgow 

North Byaney 

Parrsboro 

Pictou 

Port Uawkeebury. . 

Port Hood 

Shelbome 

Sydney 

Truro 

Weymouth 

Windsor 

Yarmouth 



Pbjnck Eowabo Island— 

Charlottetown 

Summerside 



New BntrifswicK — 

Bathurst 

Campbellton 

Chatham 

P'redericton 

McAdam Junction. 

MoDcton 

Newcastle 

Sackville 

St. Andrews 

St. John 

St. Stephen 

Woodstock 



Qvtnc— 

Athelstaa 

Beebe Junction 

Chicoutimi 

Coaticook 

Gaspe 

Granby 

Hull 

LakeMegaatic... 

Montreal 

Paqwbiae 

Peres 

Port Burwell 

Qaebec 

Rimouski 

Shawinigan Falls. 

Sherbrooks 

Sorel 

Sutton 

St. Annaad 

St. HyaciatlM.... 

St. Johns 

Three Rivers 

Valley field 



$ cts. 



124 00 
18 00 
8 00 



20 00 
18 00 
36 00 
10 00 
20 00 
16 00 
288 00 
64 00 
48 00 



38 00 
8 00 
08 00 
16 00 
24 00 
42 00 
2 00 
24 00 
24 00 
34 00 
72 00 
34 00 
52 00 
48 00 



t cts. 



4,986 73 

2,243 00 

1,S04 02 

319 14 

439 15 

370 09 

2,057 36 

1,096 54 

1,347 34 

2,073 67 

40,988 92 

6,385 80 

1,114 38 

230 32 

2,105 61 

1,402 12 

4,589 27 

2,564 79 

1,066 91 

1,714 10 

260 52 

594 96 

334 48 

11,307 66 

4,789 64 

540 18 

3,068 41 

3,655 28 



t cts. 



S cts. 



t cU. 



65,716 97 

6.813 90 

427 97 



t cts. 



S cts. 



26 25 



5,303 19 



36 75 

325 97 

3,500 82 

968 81 

1,207 97 

9,466 20 

210,985 69 

8,692 13 

4,873 75 



6,866 98 
2,077 66 
155,520 69 
6,938 11 
130 99 
8,668 63 



69 89 

994 26 

222,291 35 

79,902 17 

1,886 53 

20,552 66 

11,226 25 



1,146 UO 



103,150 59 



26 25 



5,303 19 



830,142 00 



222 00 
100 00 



9,616 34 
3,935 95 



23,675 30 
4,235 30 



322 00 



13,452 29 



27,910 60 



126 00 
68 00 

100 00 
92 00 
8 00 

100 00 
30 00 
34 00 
28 00 

380 00 
26 00 

126 00 



3,046 61 
6,121 16 
1.867 15 
6,887 79 
263 98 

10,412 41 

1.584 80 

2,103 39 

688 88 

39,387 86 
1,836 14 
8,085 66 



89 35 



67 63 



146 40 



2,919 60 



134 00 



7 

10 
16 
32 

84 

1 

33 

305 
47 
16 



,208 23 
,811 30 
,746 96 
,518 52 

121 36 
,365 24 
,984 99 
,665 64 

452 15 
.584 19 

096 41 

468 11 



1,118 00 



81,186 82 



426 28 



2.919 60 



566,013 00 



28 00 

94 00 

166 00 

40 00 

2 00 

110 00 

326 00 

22 00 

0,430 60 

24 00 

30 00 



1,746 08 

3,765 96 

16,366 79 

1,688 36 

881 42 

3,596 36 

10,748 67 

1.355 88 

1,143,213 06 

1,343 06 

060 12: 



840,970 33 



4,771 28 



371,281 68 



1,577 80 

03,887 30 

39,920 79 

7,511 

1,388 07 

83,677 87 

215.478 02 

3.807 72 

15382,710 73 

2,004 47 

642 60 



149 66 



149 06 



S87 23 



SS7 3> 



37 06 



81.360 00 



1.264 62 

in.mii 



1,274 00 
122 00 
116 00 
613 80 
100 00 
42 00 



218 00 
178 00 
180 00 
78 00 



10.200 00 



98,001 19 
7,060 18 

8.830 83 
36.090 71 

3,589 47 

2.171 91 

17 14 

9.831 73 
7,198 30 

19.907 24 
3.830 67 



3.371 76 



11.017 14 



1,381.827 22 



23 8S 



130 00 



8.196 88 



1.333,209 M 



022,096 07 

9,644 78 

58,661 29 

409.472 51 

20.324 46 

6,106 78 



8.316 37 



US 69 



136,677 «3 
160,249 n 
117.623 12 
70,168 90 



I8417,M> S3 



S 26 



SI .300 00 170.V7S 36 



ANNUAL REPORT, 192r-£8 
tations) collected during the fiscal year 1927-28 



46 



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Ale.B«er, 
etc. 


Transpor- 
tation 


Emboaaed 
chequea 


Penalties 

and 
Intereat 


Domes tio 
Toul 


Importationa 


Grand 
Totol 




Wmim 


Sales 


Ezciae 




% eta. 


8 eta. 


$ eta. 


S eta. 


t eta. 
313 43 


S eta. 

71,141 13 

9,075 95 

1,940 52 

319 44 

495 90 

714 14 

6,624 51 

2,075 35 

2.575 31 

11.797 02 

288,492 13 

25,060 04 

6,042 59 

230 32 

9,024 42 

3,491 08 

160,470 02 

10,092 06 

1,222 75 

10,674 82 

262 52 

709 90 

1,357 48 

233,736 98 

84,861 71 

2,473 83 

23,705 01 

16,272 15 


S cu. 

5,360 29 

2,383 78 

1,096 32 

70 63 

364 05 

158 59 

987 09 

2,585 70 

2,504 83 

10,913 56 

235,816 08 

2,872 54 

2,363 15 

86 24 

2,368 52 

203 20 

8,717 68 

4.172 06 

315 34 

986 23 

624 51 

393 70 

1,221 20 

19,983 58 

12,667 79 

882 70 

3,694 95 

9,399 19 


< eta. 

1,432 41 

296 71 

45 38 

9 00 

51 07 

39 23 

127 80 

28 27 

371 17 

1,935 72 

28,976 04 

99 27 

67 12 

13 50 

196 31 

24 60 

1,149 97 

101 16 

12 39 

38 00 


$ eta. 

77.933 83 

11.756 44 

3.082 22 

399 07 

911 02 

911 96 

6.739 40 

4.689 32 

5.451 31 

24.646 30 

563.284 25 

28.031 85 

8.472 86 

330 06 

11.549 25 

3,718 78 

170,337 67 

14,365 28 

1,550 48 

11,599 05 

887 03 

1,106 37 

2,588 52 

260,834 72 

104,141 15 

3,569 27 

27,541 30 

28.040 54 


1 






1 05 




J 








53 


3 




. 






4 












5 










08 
30 33 


g 










7 










ft 












9 






200 05 
4,037 03 
9,407 00 


41 20 
573 32 
424 18 




10 




26.814 32 


475 41 
6 93 
6 46 


11 




12 






13 










14 










13 83 


15 






3 30 




16 








292 16 
31 
85 
5 29 


17 






672 85 




18 








19 






144 80 




W 








?1 






21 05 






3 77 

9 84 

7,114 16 

6,611 66 

212 74 

141 34 

2,369 20 


n 








4 74 

19 07 

97 90 

11 97 

6 44 

1 57 


n 






84 90 




?4 








?S 






2 15 

25 50 

1,191 40 




?ft 








V 








'8 












25,814 32 


15,781 08 


1,038 70 


1.287 30 


983,839 08 


333,193 50 


51,436 72 


1.368.469 30 
















88 33 
1 69 


33,501 97 
8,272 94 


20,253 04 
7,259 68 


3,651 61 
1,984 56 


57.306 62 
17.517 18 


i>9 










Tin 




















90 02 


41,774 91 


27,512 72 


5,536 17 


74,823 80 






















10 46 

633 

305 61 

14 83 


10,391 30 

16,006 79 

18,188 82 

39,613 14 

393 34 

102,89^65 

3,603 30 

35,802 93 

1,366 42 

383,263 41 

48.959 44 

23.865 94 


2,757 41 

3,333 56 

1,829 06 
79,028 49 

1,101 02 
69, 166 85 

1.187 19 
826 90 

2.222 22 
191.666 34 

7,920 95 
12,229 84 


1,216 69 

1,325 78 

228 79 

3,623 90 

46 08 

3,584 00 

544 27 

138 42 

37 20 

11,355 71 

2,739 33 

5,161 59 


14,364 30 

20,666 13 

20,246 66 

122,165 53 

1,540 44 

175,636 50 

5.334 76 

36.768 25 

3.625 84 

586.285 46 

59.619 72 

41,257 37 


31 










32 






79 75 




33 








34 










7A 








7.898 70 


72 77 
3 51 


36 








37 










38 






297 25 
917 90 




6 U 

697 62 

89 

52 17 


Z9 




33.051,28 


42 34 


40 




41 










42 














33,051 28 


1,294 90 


7,941 04 


1,064 33 


684.251 48 


373,258 82 


30,000 66 


1,087,510 96 
















76 
170 49 
202 79 


3.352 24 

67.917 75 

57.090 17 

9.139 65 

2.271 49 

88.677 31 

1,068.962 03 

4.986 60 

22.911.305 91 

6,079 66 

1,260 51 


13.894 82 
17,569 61 
38,679 64 

1,429 22 

296 64 

4,274 01 

34.895 97 
732 45 

3,330.811 10 

296 36 

853 19 

456 19 

334,925 63 

1,793 72 

35,846 03 

77,183 56 

3,720 90 

4,391 22 

4,036 96 

43,866 96 

47.908 01 

08.925 33 

6.770 81 


12,717 53 

1,091 72 

3,656 93 

228 77 


29,964 59 

86,579 08 

99,426 74 

10,797 64 

2,508 13 

93.334 40 

1,104,029 41 

0,189 23 

26.680,493 33 

6,389 16 

2,118 08 

480 49 

1,860.249 73 

30.618 88 

93,923 08 

560,633 30 

33,794 48 

13.830 80 

4,434 10 

193,984 48 

331,490 01 

213,888 73 

90,354 30 


43 











44 






396 75 




45 








46 












47 










28 56 
1,092 19 


383 14 

171 41 

471 17 

344,376 22 

13 14 

4 38 

24 30 

39,360 92 

553 14 

450 74 

9,409 68 

21 33 

3,006 89 

380 00 

2,233 16 

15.791 26 

6,916 75 

334 30 


48 






70 00 


276 82 


49 






W 




3,138,292 63 


2,000,397 11 
2,650 25 


61,310 64 


69,372 00 
57 28 
21 79 


51 
83 








13 










M 


3,075 79 


437,596 98 


7,891 20 
1,503 65 


100 62 


7,364 06 
36 41 
122 80 

2,680 38 
33 33 


1,495,963 17 

18.273 02 

67,620 92 

474,029 12 

30,053 26 

7,379 69 

17 14 

146,884 37 

167.790 74 

138.046 76 

84,353 19 


5ft 

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17 




15,2£3.66 


10,695 06 


134 72 


M 




W 










W 












11 










230 62 
123 53 
247 40 
246 36 


S3 








«1 M 


63 








M 




10.040 31 






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S.07ft7» 


3,601,183 68 


3,0S8.6M 01 


U,SeS84 


71.«t8 74 


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4,Ml,m 30 


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S1.S4S.S00 OB 





46 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 
Statement showing Excise Taxes (Domestic and Impor 





Porta 


Lieeoaaa 


Stampa 


Auto- 
mobiles 


Matohes 


Salaa 


PUying 
Carda 


Cigara 


1 


Oktawo— 


S Ota. 

96 00 
190 00 

26 00 
252 00 
106 00 

52 00 
266 00 

88 00 
120 00 

96 00 
8 00 

36 00 

86 00 
262 00 

40 00 

212 00 

49*00 

1,392 00 

82 00 

48 00 
134 00 
512 00 

96 00 
726 00 
129,00 

24 00 

18,00 
164 00 
272 00 
208 00 
110 00 
514 00 
122 00 

46 00 
168 00 
104 00 
100 00 
102 00 

48 00 
600 

60 00 
140 00 
138 00 

86 00 
208 00 

64 0* 
266 00 
140 00 

72 00 
6,952 00 

36 00 

38 00 
130 00 

43 00 
686 00 
208 00 


S eta. 

9,741 06 

12,749 67 

1,783 28 

17,270 60 

2,645 00 

6,651 67 

16,698 28 

4,044 83 

4,658 67 

6,389 76 

466 60 

4,213 04 

9,743 36 

11,469 02 

2,369 09 

11,905 61 

20.916 84 

88,156 05 

4,145 23 

3,515 00 

11.635 28 

29,180 01 

7,759 96 

64,351 92 

4,720 46 

2,239 86 

2,880 79 

10,326 04 

36,406 72 

0,239 28 

14,574 86 

121,587 07 

10,442 27 

3,073 28 

1,885 93 

14.331 73 

3,126 00 

0.478 46 

3.053 35 

254 58 

2.490 64 

13.978 73 

12.108 04 

6.789 63 

16.460 79 

11,708 21 

14,745 37 

12,819 51 

2,746 48 

1,004,564 73 

2,110 96 

2,011 78 

7,763 00 

8.863 43 

60,374 16 

7,078 30 


$ Ota 


t eta 


S eta 

33,811 43 

183,991 76 

255,043 56 

381,451 03 

91.719 91 

64,306 11 

87,033 22 

39,203 46 

31.527 03 

61.155 40 

7,028 97 

28.912 87 

36.646 26 

459,381 34 

8,511 17 

123,613 67 

683,761 02 

3,183,994 37 

22,030 03 

27,599 91 

134,289 28 

751,256 06 

36,728 63 

053,678 78 

43,643 28 

9,784 49 

17,584 06 

230,756 78 

102,596 76 

69,303 66 

1,991,117 99 

873,273 21 

138,581 24 

208, 184 62 

10,172 15 

435.079 03 

17,273 66 

53,299 40 

20,201 15 

71 14 

162,071 18 

1,982,282 47 

379.867 34 

34.736 88 

305,796 11 

71,949 99 

301,337 13 

78,514 74 

23,486 60 

13,262,963 18 

22,407 86 

14,313 45 

89,289 03 

10,555 36 

1.834,016 41 

170,140 33 


t Ota. 


S Ota. 


] 


Belleville 










3 


Bowmanville 










4 


Brantford 










6 


Brideeburg 










e 


Brockville 










7 


Chatham 


384 20 








8 


Coboarg 








9 


CoUingwood 










10 


Cornwall 










11 


Deeeronto 










12 


Fort FVancea 










13 


Fort William 




6,704 10 






14 


Gait 








15 


Gananooue .' 










16 


Godericn 










17 


Guelph 


4,321 75 
2,878 30 








IH 


Hamilton 


2.646 00 




30.968 73 


19 


IngersoU 




20 


Kenora 










21 


Kingston 










22 


Kitchener 








363 00 


23 


Lindsay 










24 


London 




2.295 00 




20.283 47 


26 


Midland 






26 


Morrisburg 










27 


Napanee 










28 










143 33 


29 


North Bay 










30 


Orillia 










31 


Oshawa 


340,285 06 
3,355 11 








33 


OtUwa 


814,614 99 






23 


Owen Sound 




730 03 


84 


Paris 










35 


Parry Sound 










36 


Peterboro 










37 


Picton 










38 


Port .\rthur 










39 


Port Hope 










40 


PortMcNicoU 










41 


Pr«scott 










42 


Samia 










43 


Sault Ste. Uarie 








32 30 


44 


Simcoe 










46 


Stratford 


6,021 16 






79 76 


46 


Sudbury 








47 


St. Catharines 








86 60 


48 










238 00 


49 


Tillsonburg 










60 


Toronto 


169,896 30 


0,084 20 




84.136 20 


51 


Trenton 






62 


Wallacebure 










63 


WeUaad 








17 07 


64 


Whitby 










66 


Windaor 


200,860 03 




143.600 00 




66 


Woolatoek 








Maxhoba— 
Brandon 












16,713 00 


1,760,673 80 


821,998 48 


836,244 20 


30,621.334 03 


143.600 00 


137.004 43 


67 


48 00 


20,310 45 

.341 48 

684 16 

16,006 60 

271,602 60 






33,773 87 






68 












69 


Gretna 














« 


Portage U Pndrie 


44 00 

1.182 00 


56 97 
2,178 86 




27,396 77 
1.830,059 76 






U 




17,700 63 




130 36 




S.\aKATcntWAif— 
Moose Jaw 








1,274 00 


307,846 36 


2,336 83 


17,760 63 


1,880,230 30 




130 SS 








«2 


60 00 
10 00 
73 00 
180 00 
138 00 


67,69*79 
4.740 66 
30.830 63 
77,081 67 
66.433 74 


68 80 


8,703 00 


42,031 33 
4.747 18 
48.600 60 
00,844 33 
74,600 77 






03 


N<Hth Portal 






M 


Prinoa Albart 










OS 


ReciiiB 




S.647 16 
0.000 88 






Ofl 


SMlcAtoon 






7 11 














460 00 


331.770 17 


6880 


34.003 03 


300.030 00 




7 11 




■ 





ANNUAL REPORT, 1927-28 
tations) collected during the fiscal year 1927-28 — Continued 



47 





Ale. Beer. 

etc. 


Transpor- 
tation 


Embossed 
cheques 


Penalties 

and 
Interest 


Domestic 
Total 


Importations 


Grand 
Total 




Wines 


Sales 


Excise 




t cts. 


$ cts. 


$ ots. 
1,226 05 


< cts. 


S cts. 

198 55 
187 63 
337 43 
93 38 
24 66 
13 10 
34 78 
26 71 
51 93 
39 46 


$ cts. 

45,073 09 

201,727 66 

257,080 26 

403,055 76 

94.495 57 

71,099 63 

104,986 70 

43,362 99 

36,357 53 

67.750 12 

7.503 47 

47.008 68 

71.937 97 

473.267 19 

11.067 66 

135.858 45 

618,592 52 

3,389,506 15 

26.335 12 

32.309 92 

170.766 39 

848.916 55 

44.747 31 

1,404.929 93 

48.719 07 

12.078 05 

20.486 66 

347.611 42 

164.259 05 

80.204 95 

2,356.331 58 

2.173.243 21 

150,857 16 

211,303 90 

12.250 16 

449.600 22 

20,506 47 

84,454 46 

23,305 05 

331 72 

154.666 40 

1,998,526 50 

415,403 66 

41,623 17 

327,668 79 

136.585 03 

386,294 93 

91.717 96 

26.370 66 

15.040,232 39 

24,581 13 

16,367 71 

114.441 00 

14,482 16 

2.416,358 09 

177.771 97 


$ ot«. 

17,828 72 

27,727 82 

2,510 67 

51,045 22 

61.342 05 

10,984 22 

31,052 24 

8,384 40 

2,630 75 

34,961 18 

265 21 

19,997 56 

92.321 76 

22,647 18 

4,391 35 

5,560 74 

30,591 99 

306,599 33 

4,858 11 

10,925 87 

26,250 24 

53,087 18 

6,501 44 

177,618 57 

3,651 00 

2,322 81 

7,736 40 

126,783 93 

92,105 84 

10,300 32 

77,668 67 

288,208 04 

12.932 16 

4.212 47 

1,351 93 

61,447 91 

1,567 56 

65,707 18 

4,258 19 

380 31 

6,282 80 

78,662 00 

40,775 98 

12,580 41 

28,291 50 

22,820 00 

49,512 60 

43,328 14 

6,673 74 

4,045,749 07 

6,462 33 

4,116 27 

29,811 14 

396 38 

779,049 84 

16,893 09 


S ots. 

34 20 
12.084 32 


8 ots. 

03.036 01 
243. 139 80 
259.590 93 
455,051 55 
186,212 06 

82.256 33 
136.861 87 

52,167 83 

39,211 24 

93,981 10 
7,768 68 

67.731 44 
170,896 60 
496,062 04 

15,503 67 

141,589 76 

651,246 95 

3,704.621 54 

31.199 83 

43.818 89 
201.485 80 
002.831 36 

51.867 40 
1,588.303 26 

52.987 25 

14.429 12 

28.347 06 
600.676 86 
303.090 19 

91,968 67 

3.476.500 41 

3.500.360 22 

165,578 95 

215.516 37 

13.631 05 
606.920 58 

22.096 67 
165,798 60 

37.603 78 

713 03 

163.303 87 

2.117,506 74 

461.056 12 

63.143 46 
358.621 87 
162.511 66 
440.939 19 
139.707 33 

32.044 40 
19.399.360 71 

30.103 40 

20.807 94 
152.870 11 

14.941 64 

3.747.439 43 

106,013 08 


1 


43 31 


4,565 49 













T 


406 88 


3,302 23 




270 04 


350 57 
30,374 44 
172 48 
822 93 
420 44 
222 96 
1,269 80 


4 






5 






76 76 




6 






670 22 


7 








8 










9 






69 60 




in 








11 




13.838 40 

17.782 62 

261 77 






8 37 

172 81 

292 45 

6 00 

76 48 

457 11 

3,443 89 

23 68 

4 37 

256 54 

1,138 80 

162 82 

1,700 25 

56 14 

29 71 

3 81 

633 99 

481 47 

337 11 

38 71 

3,179 71 

98 53 


725 20 

6,636 87 

147 67 

44 66 

170 57 

2,062 44 

8,516 06 

6 60 

583 10 

4,469 17 

827 63 

618 65 

6,754 76 

617 18 

28 26 

24 00 

86,280 60 

6,731 30 

1.463 30 

42.509 16 

38.908 97 

1.789 63 


p 


709 97 


32 85 

1,395 25 

141 40 

16 25 

34 00 

3,349 65 




n 




205 36 


14 




i>) 






34 44 
104 30 
3.360 40 
54 18 
88 36 


16 


"sim'ss 


8.507 50 
65.980 03 


17 
18 
19 




1,009 28 
23,027 77 
65,520 67 


45 00 
1,423 52 


?0 




?1 


262 43 


683 62 


?? 






?■? 


1.479 86 


368,629 26 


683 86 
170 20 


1.301 66 


24 








?« 










?7 


105,683 38 




5 00 

24.603 11 

1.116 90 

158 55 

337.706 75 

887 10 




tin 








30 








30 






1,045 83 
4,083 31 


ir 




134.031 16 


1? 




13 








34 






17 36 




6 83 

85 46 

6 91 

494 68 

2 55 


18 96 
4.872 45 

22 64 
5,636 96 

39 64 


15 








36 










37 




31.060 88 


30 06 




38 






39 










40 






63 96 

66 36 

3.664 19 




73 

31 63 

106 72 

10 66 

101 63 

759 38 

818 69 

6 71 

66 68 

33,364 72 

26 31 

4 48 

65 85 

21 39 

1.691 18 

345 25 


2,354 67 
40.328 24 
4,876 48 
8,939 88 
2,561 58 
3,106 62 
6,131 66 
4,001 23 


4] 




2,000 36 
20.587 07 


36 08 


42 




43 






44 




1.011 46 
61.996 81 
23.559 13 






45 


67 64 


40 00 
1,960 80 




46 


43.296 64 


334 68 


47 
48 










49 


6.138 67 


268.639 84 


167,887 64 


66.736 11 


213,379 26 

69 94 

323 96 

8,618 37 

63 00 

663,031 60 

349 02 


60 
51 










51 


74 64 


16.641 40 


31 00 


433 02 


53 
54 


1.678 93 


86.898 78 


37 00 


1,719 62 


56 

60 












162,246 88 


1.179.630 89 


436,017 81 


69,949 31 


61.407 71 


36.136.371 30 


0,930,703 81 


1,113,063 67 


44,170,737 78 






30.100 08 






60 76 


09,363 05 
341 48 
584 16 

43.616 30 
3.620.690 13 


43,710 28 
31,397 31 
6,194 43 
30. 187 49 
1.363.410 76 


0,686 64 

6,416 17 

366 00 

1,403 87 

89,607 00 


118.063 87 

37,063 00 

6,046 10 

74,307 66 

3,073,614 60 


67 








68 












60 






93 30 
17.883 30 




19 06 
0,644 62 


60 


117 32 


344,139 36 


29.008 70 


01 


117 32 


370.309 34 


17,976 60 


29,008 79 


0,614 93 


3.633,490 11 


1.403,800 30 


103.308 87 


4, 100,608 34 






39.044 92 




311 38 


1 01 


148,686 21 
0.497 73 
113,836 90 
219,817 14 
186,084 06 


113,636 16 

36,184 30 

31,808 18 

370.700 08 

187.447 40 


18,016 07 

3.830 SO 

3.604 40 

83,670 84 

30.308 04 


380.730 43 
38.011 83 
130,308 00 
033,100 00 
300,806 16 


A3 






03 




37,619 33 
44,032 00 
46.037 72 




301 18 

1,026 43 

166 60 


407 36 

1,110 87 

460 03 


04 




600 


06 




00 










100.014 M 


600 


1.704 48 


1.070 10 


on.saow 


Ttr.mer 


».4ftl 80 


1,401.078 10 




• - ■■ ■ 





46 



CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 
Statement showing Excise Taxes (Domestic and Impor 





Porta 


Lioenaee 


Stampa 


Auto- 
mobiles 


Matches 


Sales 


^ying 
Oards 


Cigara 


1 


Albbrta— 

Cnlptry 


422 00 

526 00 

64 00 

36 00 


107,520 92 
80,905 48 
18,929 09 
6,907 25 


2,249 25 


6.171 07 
13,035 34 


398,687 66 

363,540 61 

80.341 60 

36,827 01 




213 55 


? 






M 45 


3 










4 




52 60 










Britwh Colcmbia— 










1.048 00 


223,363 74 


3.301 75 


10,306 41 


870,306 78 




383 00 








5 


26 00 
38 00 
30 00 
14 00 

130 00 
98 00 

303 00 
80 00 

228 00 

192 00 

36 00 

1.886 00 

501 00 


2,050 97 

3.461 69 

1,790 23 

940 40 

10,269 61 
5,570 49 

16,410 76 
8,158 87 
9,921 21 

11,823 86 

3.996 28 

. 203,709 05 

31,029 82 






15.468 78 
29.848 60 
11,649 07 
1.622 44 
55,127 30 
31.074 31 

263,020 50 
19,141 46 
58,831 13 
34,309 27 
10.338 78 
1.391,413 41 

283,358 46 






A 












7 












8 


Grand Forks 










9 










388 06 


in 


NelDOO 










11 


30 73 






354 00 


1? 










13 












14 




16 80 








15 










16 




i.gsi 81 

1.043 78 


16,418 83 
3,298 20 




5,036 04 


17 






120 88 




YlKON TtBRITORT— 








3.560 00 


309.133 34 


3.043 13 


19,717 03 


2,205,303 60 




6,780 88 








IR 


4 00 
4 00 


539 14 
236 22 






644 67 

421 62 






19 


White HorM ... .... 












SUMIIABT— 












800 


775 36 






966 00 
















W 


1.146 00 

322 00 

1.118 00 

10.200 00 

16.713 00 

1.274 00 

450 00 

1,048 00 

3.560 00 

8 00 


103.150 59 

13,452 29 

81,185 82 

1,381,827 23 

1,769.673 89 

307.845 35 

221,779 17 

222,262 74 

300,133 24 

775 36 


26 35 


5,303 19 


830,142 00 
27,910 60 

555.013 00 
18.217.969 32 
30.521,334 62 
1,880.229 39 

260.929 09 

879.396 78 

2,205,203 60 

966 09 




140 65 


21 








Vf. 




426 28 
8. 195 88 
821.998 48 
2.235 82 
58 80 
2.301 75 
3,043 12 


2,919 60 
1,323.369 06 
836,344 29 
17,769 52 
24,002 02 
19.206 41 
19,717 02 




337 33 


23 




81,360 00 
143,500 00 


176.975 36 


M 


Ontario 


137,064 42 


Vt 


MAniinhit 


120 25 


36 






7 11 


V 


Alberta 




283 00 


W 






5,789 88 


30 






















































U,8S»M 


4.411.«85 n 


838,38«S8 


2,148,4S1 11 


U479.684 41 


«t4,8M M 


XM,tM 8* 



ANNUAL REPORT, 1927S8 
tations) collected during the fiscal year 1927-28 — Concluded 



49 



lin^ 


Ale,B«er, 
etc. 


Transpor- 
tatiod 


Emboaaed 
chequee 


Penaltiea 

and 
Intemt 


Domeatic 
Total 


Importatiooa 


Grand 
ToUl 






Salee 


Excise 




S OtB. 

1 


• et0. 

238,132 67 

153.167 84 

132.233 66 

3,501 59 


S eta. 


S Ota. 

1,120 85 
85 98 
33 70 


S eta. 

940 61 

960 04 

109 68 

4 57 


$ eta. 

735.458 58 
629,647 67 
231.711 73 
46.328 92 


S eta. 

352.415 94 

209.767 16 

59.618 50 

15,282 83 


S eta. 

48.564 64 

33,294 55 

3,983 62 

1,026 63 


S eta. 

1.150,439 10 

932,709 38 

296,313 85 

02.038 38 


1 


B* ■ ■ ' 


8.357 03 


1 




•\ 






4 












527,035 76 


8,357 03 


1,240 53 


2.014 90 


1.663.146 90 


697,084 43 


86,809 44 


2,447,100 77 














42 91 

68 97 

48 27 

1 07 

41 68 

159 16 

696 65 

62 11 

311 93 

102 13 

4 25 

8.352 43 

313 41 


17.588 06 
47,835 92 
31.610 73 
2.577 91 
66,030 60 
59.686 74 

326,606 47 
34.739 80 
70,271 05 
52,370 81 
14.375 31 
1.884.374 65 

424,931 21 


8.062 37 
10,710 22 
16,569 45 
11,871 56 

8,135 90 
16,676 63 
35.682 15 

6.987 20 
22,615 97 

7,720 07 

13,377 08 

1,678,497 13 

256.247 11 


853 33 

3,231 14 

262 46 

455 58 

1.187 63 

2,482 31 

12,937 33 

819 31 

672 21 

1,379 81 

938 97 

109.381 03 

18.170 50 


26.504 36 
61,777 28 
48,442 66 
14.906 05 
75,354 13 
78.745 68 

375.225 95 
42.546 31 
93.559 26 
61,470 69 
28,691 36 
3.672,452 81 

099.348 82 


K 




14,418 57 
18,052 30 






A 




5 00 


35 88 


7 




8 




1050 

22,589 92 

45,680 84 

5.342 66 


162 55 

10 00 

25 00 

1.954 70 

60 00 









184 86 


10 


85 99 


11 






1? 




•18 78 


13 




5,926 75 


14 








15 


2,315 52 
3,145 11 


205.435 83 
99.203 00 


38.603 80 
1,514 15 


9.262 94 
1.203 40 


16 
17 


5.540 62 


416.660 37 


42,335 20 


11.605 80 


10.404 97 


3,032,999 88 


2,093.052 84 


152.971 64 


5,279,024 30 














1,087 71 
673 99 


5,370 72 
7.046 94 


203 95 
116 67 


6,663 38 
7.836 60 


18 






11 25 






19 
















11 25 






1,700 70 


12.417 06 


320 03 


14.498 98 
















25.814 32 


15,781 08 


• 1.038 70 


1,287 30 

90 02 

1.064 33 

71.928 74 

51.407 71 

6.614 93 

1.970 16 

2,014 90 

10,404 97 


983,839 08 

41,774 91 

684.231 48 

26.831,432 69 

36,135.371 30 

2,633,490 11 

677.820 69 

1,663.146 90 

3,032,999 88 

1.780 70 


333,193 50 

27.512 72 

373,258 82 

4.061,562 20 

6,930,702 81 

1,462.806 26 

727.805 67 

697,084 43 

2,093,052 84 

12,417 66 

1,762 72 


51.430 72 

5,536 17 

30,000 66 

430,331 80 

1,113,653 67 

103,268 87 

85,451 80 

86,809 44 

152,971 64 

320 02 


1,368.409 30 

74.823 80 

1.087.510 96 

31.343.566 69 

44.179.727 78 

4.199.565 34 

1,491.078 10 

2.447.100 77 

6.379.034 36 

14 498 98 

1.762 72 

174.956 98 


?0 




21 




33.051 28 
3.601.183 58 
1,179,630 89 
370,299 24 
166.914 86 
527,035 76 
416,660 37 


1.294 90 

2,023.604 01 

425.617 81 

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INCOME TAXES 



50 



Income Tax Division, 

Ottawa, October 15, 1928. 

)n. W. D. EuLER, 
Minister of National Revenue, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit a statement showing the amount of 
taxes collected under the Income War Tax Act for the fiscal year ended March 
31, 1928. 

I have the honour, to be, sir, 

Your obedient servant. 



C. S. WALTERS, 

Commissioner of Income Tax. 



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RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 




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7380S— 1 



SHIPPING REPORT 



OF THB 



DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL REVENUE 

(CUSTOMS DIVISION) 



CONTAINING THE 



STATEMENTS OF NAVIGATION AND SfflPPING 



OF THB 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



FOR 



THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 

1928 



COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL RETURNS IN THE 
DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL REVENUE 




OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

riUNTBa TO TB£ KINO'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1939 



RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



DU 



MINISTERE DU REVENU NATIONAL 

(SERVICE DES DOUANES) 



CONTENANT LA 



STATISTIQUE DE LA NAVIGATION INTERIEURE ET MARITIME 



DU 



DOMINION DU CANADA 



POUR 



L'EXERCICE SE TERMINANT LE 31 MARS 



1928 



RAPPORTS OFFICIELS COMPILES PAR LE 
MINIST£RE DU REVENU NATIONAL 



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OTTAWA 

P. A. ACI^XD 

IMPRIMEUR DE 8A TR^ EXCELLENTE MAJE8T£ LE ROI 

19M 



lAH 



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W. D. EuLER, Esq., 

Minister of National Revenue. .*.-»—.- 

Sib, — I have the honour to hand you the Annual Shipping Report of the 
Department of National Revenue (Customs Division), containing statements 
of Navigation and Shipping of the Dominion of Canada for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1928, as compiled from official returns, 

I have the honour to be, sir, 
Your obedient servant, 

R. W. BREADNER, 
HifGH Commissioner of Customs. 

Ottawa, November 21, 1928. 



M. W. D. EuLER, 

Ministre du Revenu national. 

Monsieur, — J'ai I'honneur de vous soumettre le rapport annuel de la 
Navigation du minist^re du Revenu national (Service des Douanes), compre- 
nant les tableaux de la navigation int^rieure et maritime du Dominion du 
Canada pour I'exerciee se terminant le 31 mars 1928, tel que compile des rap- 
ports officiels. 

J'ai I'honneur d'etre, monsieur, 

Votre tout d6vou6, 

R. W. BREADNER, 

^ :^ Commissaire des Douanes. 

Ottawa, le 21 novembre 1928. * / . ' 




To His Excellency the Right Honourable Viscount Willingdon, G.C.S.I., G.C.MG., 
etc., etc., Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of the Dominion of 
Canada. 

May it Please Your Excellency: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the Annual 
Report of the Department of National Revenue containing Statements of 
Navigation and Shipping of the Dominion of Canada for the fiscal year ended 
March 31, 1928, as compiled from official returns. 



All of which is respectfully submitted. 



hvA, November 26, 1928. 



W. D. EULER, 
Minister of National Revenue. 



A Son Excellence le Trh Honorable Vicomte Willingdon, G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., 
etc., etc., Gouverneur general et Commandant en chef du Dominion du Canada. 



Qu'iL Plaise a Votre Excellence: 

Le soussign^ a I'honneur de presenter k Votre Excellence le rapport annuel 
du minist^re du Revenu National, comprenant les tableaux de la navigation 
et du commerce du Dominion du Canada pour I'exercice se terminant le 31 
mars 1928, tel que compile des rapports officiels. 



Le tout respectueusement soumis. 



Ottawa, le 26 novembre 1928. 



W. D. EULER, 

Ministre du Revenu National. 



INDEX TO STATEMENTS 



No.o( 
8ut«- 
ment 



D«acriptioa 



Pac« 



Total Veaaels built, resistared, aad sold, and total tonnace entered Inwards and Outwards since 

Confederation 

Statement, by Portii, of Vefuwls built and registered, 1027 

Statement showing tlie trade via St. Ijawrence River (.Sea-going Veasele, Inwards and Outwards) . 

Statement of Veaaels entered Inwards from Sea, by Ports and Outports 

Abstract, by Countriee, of N'eeBels entered Inwards from Sea 

Statement of Veaaels entered Outwards for .Sea, by Ports and Outports 

Abstract, by Countrioe, of Vessels entered Outwards for Sea 

Summary Statement of Son-going Vessels Arrived and Departed, by Ports 

Statement of the Nationalities of Sea-going Vessels 

Summary Statement of Sea-going Vessels entered Inwards and Outwards 

Summary .'statement of \'e8sel!« Arrived and Departed (exclusive of Coasting V w i ools ) . 

Trade with each Country, by I'orts, and Nationality of Vessels Inwards 

Summary Statement of Vessels Inwards from Sea, by Countries and Nationalities 

Trade with each Country, by Ports, and Nationality of Vessels Outwards 

Summary Statement of \'c8eels Outwards for Sea, by Countries and Nationalities 

Statement ot intercourse by Inland Navigation between Canada and United States, Inwards. . . . 
Statement of intercourse by Inland Navigation between Canada and United States, Outwards. . . 

Summary .Statement of Inland Navigation, Inwards and Outwards 

Statement of Vessels entered and cleare<l, coastwise 

Statement of Veaseb Arrived and Departed, by Provinces, Ports and Outports 



7 
8 


10 
14 
18 
23 
24 
27 
28 
29 
30 
58 
02 
90 
«2 
96 
98 
99 
100 



EXPLANATORY NOTE 

TONNAGE SHOWN IN STATEMENTS ARE NET TONS 

TABLE DE LA STATISTIQUE 



Nos 

des 

£tats 



Description 



Page 



2 
i 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 

10 
It 
13 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
90 



Nombre total de vaiaseoax oonstruits, enregistr^s et vcndus, et nombre total du tonnage dAelaris k 

I'entrfe et & la sortie, depuis la ConfMtration . . 

£tat, par ports, des navires oonstruits et enregistrii, 1027 

£tat du Commeroe vm le fleuve St-lAurent (long-oourriers) k I'entr^e et 4 la sortie 

£tat, par ports et ports seoondaires, des long-courriers d^lar6s k rentr6e 

Relev6, par pa3r8, dee long-oourriers d^larte k I'entr^ 

£tat par ports et ports seoondaires dee long-courriera dfelarfe k la sortie 

Relevi, par pays, de long-coarriers dfclarts k la sortie 

£tat sommaire par ports, des arrivages et departs des kjog-oourriers 

^tat des nationality des long-oourriers . 

I^tat sommaire des long-courrieta dtelarfis k I'entrie et il la Artie 

£tat sommaire des arrivnces H des departs des navires (k I'exclusion des cabotien) 

Commeroe avec chaque pays, par ports, et nationalitte des navires dfclarte k I'entrfe 

iiMt sommaire, par pays, et oationalitfe des long-oourriers dfclarfe k TentrAe 

Commeroe avec chaque pays, par ports et nationality des navires d6clar4s k la sortie 

I^tat sommaire, par pajrs, et nationalit6s des long-oourriers dMarts k la sortie 

I^tat du commeroe, par navigation int6rieure, entre le Canada et lea ^tata-Unis, k I'entrte 

£tat du commerce, par navigation int^rieuro, entre le Canada et lea Etat»-Unis, k la aortie 

fitat sommaire de la navigation int6rieure k I'entrte et 4 la •ortie 

£tat des navires dfelnris i I'entrfo et A la sortie oomme onbotiera 

£tat, par provinoea. porta et porta Mooodairea, des arrivacaa et dm diparta des navires 



7 
8 
9 
10 
14 
18 
23 
24 
37 
38 
39 
SO 
88 
«3 
90 
«l 
96 
96 
99 
109 



NOTE EXPLICATIVE 

'wE TONNAGE INDIQUfi DANS LES TABLEAUX EST EN TONNES NETTES 

6 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



No 



1. — Comparative Statement showing the Tonnage of all Vessels entered 

Inwards and Outwards, from 1868 to 1928 inclusive. 
1. — £tat comparatif indiquant le tonnage de tous les navires d6clar^ k 
I'entr^e et k la sortie depuis 1808 a 1928 inclusivement. 



navigation 



FiMwl Year 
Kxercice 


Vessels 
built 

Navires 
cons traits 


Vessels 
registered 

Navires 
enregistr^s 


Vessels 
entered 
Inwards and 
Outwards 
(Sea-going 
and Inland 
Navigation 
exclusive o( 
Coasting) 

Navires 
dMaiixk 
I'entr^e et k 

la sortie 
(navigation 
maritime et 
int^rieur k 
I'exclusion du 
cabotage) 


Vessels 

entered 

and cleared 

Coastwise 

Navires 
du cabotage 

1 'entree et k 
la sortie 


Vessels sold to 
other countries 

Navires vendus k 
d'antres pays 




Tonnage 
Tonnage 


Value 
Valeor 


1868 


Tons 

Tonnes 
87,230 
96,439 
93,166 
106,101 
114,065 
140,370 
174,404 
188,098 
165,041 
127,297 
106,976 
103,551 
68.756 
79.364 
68.240 
73,576 
70,287 
57,486 
37,531 
26,798 
22,698 
23,835 
39,434 
55,477 
44,321 
38,521 
23,497 
18,728 
10,753 
. 12,058 
22,426 
22,086 
28,644 
20,156 
28,288 
30,856 
28,397 
21.865 
18,724 
33,306 
49,928 
20,023 
24,059 
22,812 
31.065 
24,325 
46,887 
45,731 
13,497 
38.638 
63.912 
104.444 
164.074 
06.838 
78.409 
14.808 
30.386 
36.147 
39,840 
32,801 
12.904 


Tons 

Tonnes 

113,692 

125.408 

110.852 

121,724 

127,371 

152,226 

163,016 

204,002 

144,422 

126,160 

100,080 

94,882 

64,982 

70,210 

78,076 

78,229 

80,822 

65,962 

40,872 

67,662 

33,298 

31,998 

53,853 

52,506 

61,457 

45,796 

29,878 

26.125 

14,144 

22.959 

27,716 

28,267 

40,443 

35, 156 

34,236 

41,405 

33.192 

27.583 

37.639 

31.635 

78.144 

32.899 

33.383 

50.006 

30.021 

30.225 

46.909 

65.384 

102.239 

105.826 

70.350 

102.883 

237.023 

188.916 

131.732 

57.446 

74.311 

48.054 

88.380 

70.448 

64.801 


Tons 

Tonnes 
12.982.825 
10.461.044 
11.415.870 
13.126.028 
12.808.160 
11.748.997 
11.399.857 
9.537.155 
9.911.199 
11.091.244 
12,054,890 
11,646,812 
13,577,845 
13,802,432 
13,379,882 
13,770.735 
14,359,026 
14,084,712 
13,969,232 
14,090.998 
15,217,308 
16,054,221 
18,446,100 
18.803.648 
18.692.455 
18.539.534 
20.353.081 
19,100.963 
21.870.473 
23.373.933 
24,746,116 
26,420,110 
26,914,006 
26,029,808 
30,025,404 
33,655,043 
31,202,205 
32,277,820 
34,732,172 
30,595,891 
39,575,031 
40,701,603 
44,567,901 
47,429,546 
52,973,137 
57,849,783 
61,919,483 
63,604,163 
67,721.098 
65.712.544 
66.802.488 
63.230,048 
49.403,633 
64.648.630 
66.606.353 
72.403.183 
74.047.373 
77.930.051 
76.346.837 
77.341.660 
83.808.707 


Tons 
Tonnes 


Tons 
Tonnes 


S 


1869 








1870 








1871 








1872 








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1874 


.... 


1875 








1876 


10.300.939 
8.B68.862 
11.047.661 
12.066.683 
14.053.013 
15.116.766 
14.791,064 
15,683,566 
15,473,707 
15,944,422 
16,368,274 
17,513,677 
18,789,279 
19,834,577 
22,797,115 
24,694,580 
24,783,844 
24,579,123 
26,560,968 
25,473,434 
27,431.753 
27.367,079 
29.603 950 
30.213,496 
33.631.730 
34,444.706 
40.700.907 
44.990.358 
45.505.122 
44.377,261 
46,324.062 
31.601.420 
50,620,835 
62,070,108 
60,760,038 
00,037,034 
00,307,003 
73,044,713 
78,360,800 
73,000.083 
08,700,434 
04,806,033 
61,403,600 
64,603,336 
00,5(3.068 
60,386,600 
01,837,080 
70,070,078 
77,305,138 
80,010,810 
83,887,066 
85,743,380 
80.637,010 


64,134 

46,329 

35,039 

19,318 

16.208 

16.808 

16.161 

23.896 

17,368 

13,177 

14,343 

9,263 

14,479 

16,173 

22,844 

15,143 

36,399 

31,317 

21,960 

16,567 

12,203 

9.158 

17,210 

7.662 

13.354 

4.490 

11.300 

11.173 

7.308 

3,096 

0.487 

3.855 

4.515 

3.044 

5.047 

5,885 

4,305 

7.070 

8,358 

17,044 

4,S30 

34,064 

36,363 

48.005 

63.407 

84.033 

35.403 

30.304 

17,070 

31,080 

34.073 

37.037 

10,307 


2,189,270 


1877 


1 576,244 


1878 


1,218,145 


1879 


529,824 


1880 


464,327 


1881 


348,018 


1882 


402,311 


1883 


506.538 


1884 


410,750 


1885 


240,377 


1886 


200.303 


1887 


143.772 


1888 


280.000 


1889 


200.817 


1890 


443,781 


1801 


280,474 


1802 


506,747 


1803 


303,010 


1804 


243,429 


1806 


173,603 


1800 


00,302 


1807 


106,164 


1808 


101,060 


1800 


120,400 


1900 


206,018 


1901 , 


00.408 


1902 .T 


336,816 


1903 


3»,0Qt 


1004 


87.116 


1006 


100,863 


1000 


187.736 


1007* 


08.100 


1908 


Ui.OOO 


1900 


06.043 




188,800 


1011 


301.680 


1012 


140,360 


1013 


010,650 




i«».ei8 


1016 


1,160,060 




103.676 


1017 


4,308.670 




6.380.860 


1919 


14.013.338 




17.810.477 


1921 .,.n 


8.460.678 




3.300.450 


1923.. 


1. 000.337 


1924.. 


006.311 


1925 . . 


717.730 


1926 

1027 

1938 


1.413.160 

1.084. 040 

600.400 



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No. 3. — Statement showing the Trade via St. Lawrence River (Sea-going 

Vessels) Inwards and Outwards. 

N**3. — Etat du commerce Ha le fleuve Saint-Laurent par long-courriers 
d^clar^s k Tentree et k la sortie. 



^^^^ jr. 




Tom 


Freicht.Tana 
weight 

Poids da fret 
en tooDee 


Fr«sht.TaM 




Na^-ires 


Tonnage 
enresisU^ 


meMorenMBt 

Meanrace da 
fratentoMiee 


Inwardii — 4 I'eBtr^ 


1.341 
1.449 


«,1M,4M 
S.OM.Ogl 


2.M3.850 
6.023.419 


178 675 


Outwards — 4 1* sortie 


400 633 






Total trade— Total da oommerc« 


3.7M 


10,4M.SW 


8.M«,3a9 


479. 308 







to 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 4. — Statement of Vessels, British, Canadian and F'oreign entered Inwards 
Jrom Sea, at each Port and Outpwrt 





Ports and Outports 

Ports et porta 
seoondairea 


With Cargoea— Charges 




British-Britanniqoes 


Canadian— Canadiena 


Ho. 


VeMels 

Navirce 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Freight, 
Tons 
weight 

Poids 
du fret 

en 
tonnes 


Freight, 
Tons, 

oieasure- 
ment 

Mesu- 
ragedu 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Veasds 
Naviree 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Freight 
Tons 
weight 

Poida 
dufret 

en 
tonnes 


Freight, 
Tons. 

noeasure- 
mont 

M^ 

rage du 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


1 


Albert, N B 






















? 


Alert Bay,B.C 






















3 
























4 


Amherst Harbour, Que. . . . 






















R 


Anyox, B.C 






















Q 














1 
17 


226 
242 


324 
175 


330 




5 


7 


Aricbat, N.S' 












80 


8 


Baddeck, N.S 














9 


Bamfield, B.C 












2 
3 
70 


62 

33 

1,864 


18 

20 

2,778 




6 


in 


Barrington Passage, N.S... 












9 


n 


Bathurat, N.B. . .T 












318 


1? 


Bear River, N.S 














n 


Belleveau's Cove, N.S 












4 


878 


7 


6 


32 


14 


Boone Esperance, Que 


21 


6,537 


270 




477 




15 


4 


1,495 


1,506 




31 


in 


Britannia Beach, B.C 














17 


Butedale, B.C 












47 

1 

113 

1 

2 

112 

11 


1,061 

296 

348 

58 

494 

1,981 

6,756 


2.544 
511 
147 




198 


18 


Campbeliton, N.B 


1 


1,866 


1,535 




28 


7 


10 


Campobello, N.B 


133 


?0 














4 


?1 


Canso, N.S 


2 


154 


292 




14 


759 
9,103 
6,109 


89 


13 


?? 




616 


23 
?4 


Charlottetown, P.E.I 

Chatham N B 


5 


265 


21 


2 


23 


139 


Vl 














3 
22 


117 

291 


3 

270 




21 


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Chester, N.S 












76 


?7 


Cheticamp, N.S 














?8 
























n 


Church Point, N.S 












1 
7 
3 


58 
394 
297 


1 
589 

4 




4 


3 


no 


Clark's Harbour, N.S 












26 


31 














16 


3? 


Dalhouiiie, N.B 














33 


Digby N S 












3 
11 

2 


314 
729 
593 


209 

388 

1.400 




14 


34 














38 


35 


Qasp^, Que 


2 

1 


2,792 
1,188 


6,000 


667 


60 
24 


20 


36 


Georgetown, P.E.I 

GUce Bay N S 




37 




29 


1,161 






83 


38 


Guysboro, N S 


















39 


Hantsport, N - 






















40 
41 


Halifax. N.S 

Hillsboro. N.B 


597 


1,809,696 


210,859 




52.359 


32U 


418,630 


371,793 




9,128 


43 
























43 




22 


873 


410 




68 












44 


Kentville. N.S 












45 




2 


710 


898 




12 












40 


Ladner, B.C 












47 


l.adysmith, B.C 












1 
65 


229 
6,723 


289 
7.289 




15 


48 


La Have, N.S 












915 


49 




i 

39 

1 


3,249 

954 

40 


325 

1,740 

51 




46 
301 

4 




^ 


Liverpool. N.S 


5 
13 
73 
12 

1 
212 

5 


1.211 
513 
427 
502 
31 
21.893 
606 


1,406 

72 

86 

444 

31 

24,648 

700 




36 


I.ockeport, N.S 


179 


5? 


I/ord'sCove, N.B 


148 


hH 




14 


7,129 


7,884 




267 


100 


54 


Lower East Pubnioo, N.S.. 


3 


M 




12 


2,067 


3,931 




80 


3,476 


IM 


MahoneBay, N.S 


83 


ft7 


Maitland. N S 














M 


MargareUville, N.S 






















n 


Metechan River, N.B 






















M) 


Monetoe, N.B 












2 


679 


1,362 




12 


A1 


Maatague. P.E.I 














417 


Ilontreal, Qao 


454 

1 
1 


2.089.917 

1,487 

38 


951,068 


128,366 
296 


65,529 

60 

2 


129 


373,493 


496,834 


5,669 


5,006 


(n 


Monai) Faotory, Ont 

Murray Harbour, PEL .. 
Naaaimo, B.C 




•4 

M 


20 


2 

1 


42 
1,464 


6 
404 




7 
36 


M 


Newcastle, N.B . 














•7 


New WMtminster, B.C 












11 
75 


822 
10.638 


1,160 
616 




79 


4W 


North Hewl, N.B 

North Sydney, N.S 

Oeeaa Falls , B C 


142 

1 


lMi2«l 
3,535 


28^300 
300 




i.in 

48 


767 


70 












71 




I 


148 


212 




6 


7f 


Paaiwbiae, Qoe 













DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



11 



N** 4. — fjTAT des long-courriers britanniques, canadiens et Strangers d^clar^ 
k Tentr^e h chaque p)ort et port secondaire 











In Ballast— Sur lest 








For«ign-£traBgera 


British 
Britanniques 


Canadiens 


Foreign 
titraagecB 




seU 
vires 


Tons 
register 

Tannage 
enre- 
gi8tr« 


Freight. 
Tons 
weight 

Poids 
du fret 

en 
tonnes 


Freight 
Tons 

maasore- 
ment 

Mesu- 
ragedu 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Cr«w 

Equi- 
page 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Toaa 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


v««. 

sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


No. 












1 


1.500 


22 


2 


352 


12 


5 
58 


1.382 
37.449 


29 
767 


1 












2 


















2 


196 


12 


3 












1 


396 


33 










4 


4 


9.330 

1,494 

162 


4.907 
610 
35 


6i4 


130 
48 
78 


4 
2 
2 
21 
6 


2,088 
178 
■40 

3,066 
302 


110 
8 

10 
171 

29 


1 
15 


13 

7.470 


2 

240 


5 


3 








6 


10 








7 




3 


56 


12 


22 
1 
6 
2 


21,340 

8 

280 

1,928 


458 

2 

55 

17 


8 












9 


1 


74 
1,677 


60 
3,720 




19 
38 








in 


t 














ti 




6 


9,850 


132 


3 

6 


662 
1,059 


31 


12 


















13 












6 


1.760 


131 


1 

18 

16 

45 

4 

387 


870 
18.036 
34,511 
1.232 
4,872 
8,115 


17 
369 
475 
238 

89 
1.247 


14 












6 


2.929 


43 


15 


g 


19.444 

216 

1,892 

661 


4.995 
18 

2.750 
47 




269 
58 
30 

101 


1 


2.689 


32 


16 


101 


19 


1,927 


92 


17 


1 


1 


1.399 


23 


18 


43 


298 


27.826 


1.993 


19 










20 


1 


136 


500 




8 


48 


7,002 


979 


102 


14,941 


2.024 


60 


7,040 


574 


21 
22 


8 
3 
6 


7.471 
4.210 
3.925 


11.359 
3,951 
6.702 


■"■i,'728 


162 
66 
110 


2 
2 
2 


1,662 
5.343 
5,428 


31 
67 
88 


1 

2 

113 

4 


94 

2,552 

28,536 

62 


6 

38 

757 

16 


8 

2 

94 


18,377 

2,311 

70,840 


422 

44 

1.016 


23 
24 
25 
26 


















14 


13,079 


261 


27 


3 


3,135 


3.903 




39 














38 






















39 
























30 


673 


94 


80 


















3 


347 


16 


31 


















1 
9 
13 
3 
2 


778 
3,012 

193 
2,794 
2,637 


18 
104 
34 
69 
47 


33 


1 


682 


1,510 




is 








10 


406 


SO 


33 










34 


1 
1 


261 
943 


500 
1.181 




ft 
20 


13 
8 


36.678 
3S0 


868 
16 


2 
4 
3 


836 
50 
73 


38 
10 
21 


35 
36 

37 


















3 

1 

141 

16 

25 


3,353 

111 

58,323 

10,395 

554 


63 

4 

5.180 

274 

301 


38 


















1 
38 


888 
16,412 


14 
363 


39 


816 


1,211,213 


299,952 




38.963 


U 


23,794 


432 


40 
41 


















1 


10 


3 


43 


1 


160 


300 




86 








43 










1 


80 


8 








44 
























4ft 


















1 

m 

13 


14 
79.037 
4,026 


7 

1.493 

116 


2 
70 


418 
45,873 


5 
1.247 


46 


















47 


















41 


2 


6.327 
1.780 


919 
2,230 




70 
669 














48 


39 








6 

3 

548 

15 

1 

25 


565 

127 

9.655 

10,856 

33 

2.874 


59 
35 
1,498 
211 
6 
274 


8 

3 

285 

9 

27 
10 


3,m 

153 
3.156 
5,783 
1,607 
1,113 


84 

36 
695 
199 
669 
114 


SO 










ftl 


8 


102 
8.852 


18 
11,960 




16 
934 









ft3 


91 


4 


10,337 


ISl 


58 

S4 


2 


150 


880 




8 


3 

1 


228 
99 


23 
6 


U 
ft« 


















4 


1,469 


34 


ft7 


















3 
3 


667 
861 


17 
11 


ft8 



















1 
8 


304 
1,849 


6 
84 


ft» 


1 


352 


436 




6 








60 




7 
114 


438 
836,046 


32 
3.906 








61 


289 


671.976 


986,416 


17,082 


7,819 


ft 


10.737 


180 


213 


6»4.688 


7.038 


6S 












1 

6 

3 

84 


38 

13,296 

6,570 

118.674 


6 

198 

84 

1,559 


3 
83 


43 
4.406 


i3 
330 








64 


1ft 


6.786 


8,437 




334 


609 

3 

106 

56 

387 


117.490 

2.443 

841,666 

566 

80,761 


6.088 
43 

3.800 
111 

8.318 


66 

66 


8 

6 


14.177 
99 

19 

6.327 

498 

4.788 


7,874 
86 

40 

2,605 

750 

8,340 


'ssiobo 


336 

13 

6 

88 

16 

75 


11 
174 
63 


15,663 
18.614 
31,448 


338 

1.295 

769 


•7 

n 


1 
4 


436 


64,885 


8.123 


60 
70 


1 
t 3 


1 


1.S99 


30 


89 


8.318 


192 


86 


14.814 


306 


71 

73 



12 



CU8TOMSSH/PPJN0 REPORT 



No. 4. — Statement of V^essels, British, Canadian and Foreign entered Inwards 
from Sea, at each Port and Outport—C oiidudcd 





Porta and Outporta 
Porta at porU 












t— Chargi 


(a 








WithCargoei 








Britiab-Britanniquea 




Canadian— Can 








«di«ia 




No. 


Veaaeb 
Navirea 


Tona 

Tonnage 
enre- 

giatr^ 


Freight, 
Tona 
weight 

Poida 
du fret 

en 
tonnes 


Freight, 
Tona, 

mesaute- 
meot 

Meeu- 
ragedu 
fret en 
tonnea 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Veeaela 
Navires 


Tone 
regiater 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr« 


Freight 
Tona 
weight 

Poida 
dufret 

en 
tonnea 


Freight, 
Tons, 

meaaure- 
ment 

Mesu- 

rage du 

fret en 

tonnea 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


73 


Pictou, N.S 


2 


169 


24 




12 












74 


Pointe Ml Pic, Que 












7S 


Port Alberni, B.C 












3 
12 


4.392 
12.402 


817 
24,448 




78 


76 


Port Alfred, Que 


3 


7.088 


14.994 




90 


218 


77 


Port Elgin, N.D 




78 


Port George, N.S 






















79 


Port Haatings, N.S 






















80 
81 


Port Hawkeabury, N.8.... 
Port .Mulgrave, N.S 


U 


l,ft74 


372 




215 


23 


3,480 


741 




402 


82 


Port Wudf, N S 






















fa 


Port WilUamc, N.S 






















84 


Powell River. H.C 






















85 

8t^ 


Prince Huport, U.C 

Pugwaah, N.S 


3 


192 


30 




28 


1,040 


64,108 


4,148 




6,343 


87 














17 
60 


13,190 
120,602 


22.783 
20.493 


io 


308 


8S 




264 


1,841,854 


133,368 


27,598 


61.597 


2,195 


89 


Richibucto, N.H 




on 
























91 


Riverport, N.S 












35 

227 

2 

211 


4,029 

2,162 

7 

155,120 


5.270 
316 

1 
93.493 




037 


9? 


St. AndrewB, N.B 












493 


93 


St. George, N.B 












4 


94 


St. John, N.B 


115 


580,406 


102,282 


50.292 


14,013 


2 543 


96 


St. Petem, N.S 




9<V 


St. Stephen, N.B 












1 
1 
3 


483 
31 
66« 


916 
■ 807 


is 


7 


97 
98 


Salmon River. N.S 

Sandy Point, N.S 


1 

1 


73 
100 


26 
250 




8 
7 


4 
19 


99 


Sheet Harbour, N.S 




100 


Shelbume, N.S 


2 


217 


300 




19 


2 


366 


372 




30 


101 


Sherbrooke, N.S 




10? 


Shippegan, N.B 












23 
9 


332 
4,347 


790 
2.450 




95 


103 


Sidney, B.C 












115 


104 


Sorel, Que 


1 
S 


3,015 
158 


428 
8 




40 
10 




105 

lOA 


Sourin, P.E.I 

Steve«ton, B.C 


1 
6 
1 
2 
7 


47 

299 

3 

952 

6,905 




49 

10 

1.684 

5,675 




5 

28 


107 


Stewart, B.C 












1 


108 


Summeraide. P.E.I 












14 


109 


Sydney, N S 


32 
9 


48,719 
18,851 


82,195 
21,169 




813 
267 


nt 


IIO 


Three Riven", Que 

Union Bay, B.C 




111 


1 
764 
587 


183 
1,310,433 
798,873 


209 

667.185 

16,164 


35,766 
753 


9 


112 
113 


Vancouver, B.C 

Victoria. B.C 


130 
75 


678,359 
450,715 


166,149 
3,897 


60,909 
2,424 


13,689 
10,548 


48,477 
40,009 


114 


Wallace, N.S 




11,1 


Weatport, N.S 












5 
4 

4 
6 


009 

992 

104 

1,890 


713 

297 

930 

3,787 




33 


llA 


Weymouth, N.8 












31 


117 
118 
119 


White Rock, B.C 

Windsor, N8 

Winnipeg, Man 

WoUeviUe, N.S 


11 

1 


' Ji,"M7 
1,487 


ii6 

1,541 




275 

71 


34 
40 


130 


155 


1,127 
115,860 


2.000 
14,075 




30 


m 


Yarmouth, N.S 












10,064 


m 


York Factory, Mao 

Total 


i 


1,487 




296 


SO 




















1,985 


7,774,979 


1,741,151 


270,750 


317,328 


4.005 


3,481,715 


1,823 910 


42,530 


IS4.379 









DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



13 



N* 4. 



-fixAT des long-courriers britanniques, canadiens et Strangers d^clar^s 
k I'entr^e h chaque port et port secondaire — Fin 





In Ballast— Sur lest 




r Foreign-Strangers 


British 
Britanniques 


Canadian 
Canadiens 


Foreign 
Strangers 




s«ls 
vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Freight, 
Tons 
weight 

Poids 
du fret 

en 
tonnee 


Freight, 
Tons 

mearare- 
ment 

Meeu- 
ragedu 
fret en 
tonnee 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistre 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


No. 












1 


1,425 


36 








7 

1 

21 

3 

2 

1 
1 
6 
1 


4.667 

671 

69,234 

6,748 

48 

498 

203 

2.753 

1.387 


135 

17 
680 

82 
8 

16 

20 
119 

10 


73 


















74 


4 

1« 


6.692 
S9,295 


2,468 
66,800 




116 
460 


4 


13.614 


137 


3 


12 


8 


75 

76 










1 


10 


2 


77 


















78 
























79 












12 


864 


67 


7 

1 
6 


1,686 
452 
381 


47 
7 
19 


80 












81 


















8? 


















1 
51 
103 

3 

6 
59 

4 
16 


932 

98.286 

37.585 

2,128 

22.677 

117.641 

3.149 

18,805 


20 

1.535 

785 

57 

259 

2.945 

68 

352 


81 


49 


44,191 
56,804 


22.717 
13.658 


8 


1,416 

7,022 


15 

20 
1 
1 

11 


66,678 
63,582 
1,459 
2,9..« 
27,176 


725 

697 

23 

29 

579 








84 


996 


98 


77,886 


3,055 


85 

86 


6 


19.636 
lll,2ol 


13,405 
97,031 


ioo 


207 
1,470 








87 


43 








88 










89 












3 

1 


4,922 
25 


77 
3 


49 
2 

762 
9 

103 


66,232 

169 
35,740 

127 
21,528 


1.013 
27 

3,068 

21 

415 


)>0 












91 


224 


4,702 


5.816 




446 


286 
33 

332 
5 
3 


3,4i5 

909 

150,462 

4,576 

77 


561 

88 

2.501 

102 

8 


92 










93 


183 


362,205 


189,925 


1.160 


9,626 


24 


65.807 


963 


94 
06 


7 


3,643 


6.045 




47 








8 
2 
8 


i52 

428 

1,147 


17 
12 
19 


06 










07 


52 


3.324 


664 




i,65i 


1 


100 


7 


39 

9 

35 

13 


2,487 
8.323 
2,713 
13,121 


820 

83 

681 

274 


08 

90 


36 


2,258 


467 




675 








3 
3 


183 
1.186 


24 
22 


IflO 










101 


2 


631 

7,971 

19,523 

2,816 

59 

3,831 

5,879 

249,900 

61.540 

240 

1,304,484 

1,065,340 


i.iso 

2,484 

32,416 

4,463 

20 

180 

11,691 

639.895 

87,528 

23 

480,714 

18,290 


9,774 


16 

114 

214 

59 

4 

98 

118 

3,358 

689 

34 

17,349 

36.350 








10? 


7 








62 


9,916 


436 


46 ( 


136,109 


6,486 


103 


6 








104 


3 


6 


469 


29 








1 
44 

1 

2 

38 

5 

19 

455 

674 

1 

13 
8 
8 
74 


30 

1,138 

1,527 

1,570 

49,012 

8.234 

6.306 

1,235,955 

889,059 

1,109 

154 

2,622 

42 

M.sae 


4 

157 

25 

38 

886 

136 

305 

15,913 

22,835 

8 

85 

76 

4 

1.3M 


ms 


1 


S6 

64 


2,672 
49.041 


191 
2.407 


106 


3 








107 


6 








108 


106 

21 

6 

447 

tie 


60 

10 

7 

205 

24 


123,351 
41,899 
21,683 

729,393 
64,100 


1.837 
641 
263 

9,106 
953 


36 

15 

5 

366 

300 


68,514 

52.988 

1.116 

215,626 

97,408 


872 

670 

60 

7.018 

4,664 


109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 


3 


51 


3 




4 








11 
9 
18 
14 
1 


343 
1,843 
1,208 
7,654 

866 


31 
68 
76 
129 
21 


115 




1 


757 


19 


116 












117 


13 


11,423 


14,880 




348 


63 


124,006 


1.675 


118 
110 
























im 


45 


131,169 


3,028 




6,206 








30 


2,666 


190 


07 


6,633 


i.OM 


131 










in 
































s.eo6 


ft. 494, 185 


3,082,081 


64,329 


137,808 


1,171 


1.083.606 


20,720 


8.778 


001,480 


87,801 


6.e« 


4,816.708 


100.874 





14 



CUSTObS— SHIPPING REPORT 



N9. $,— Statement of Vessels, British, Canadian and Foreign, entered Inwards 

from Sea 



ABSTRACT BY COUNTRIES 





Countriea from which 
arrived 

Pajrs da depart 


With Cargoea— Charfte 




British-Britanniqaes 




No. 


Veasela 
Navires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Freight. 
Tons 
weight 

Poids 
du (ret 

en 
tonnes 


Freight, 
Tons, 

noearare- 
ment 

Meau- 
ragedu 
(ret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Vessels 
Navires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enr^ 

gistr^ 


Freight 
Tons 
weight 

Poids 
du (ret 

en 
tonnes 


Freight. 

Tons, 
meaanre- 

ment 

Mesu- 
rage du 
(ret en 
tonnes 


Craw 

Ekiui- 
page 


1 


Grrat Britain 


836 

38 
1 
3 

11 


4.705,538 

270.291 

1,830 

8,868 

40,897 


812.690 

46.197 

4.792 

20,846 

67.036 


190,762 
11,364 


135,736 

7.625 

29 

108 

551 


74 
26 


133,691 
94,353 


63.347 
15,018 


731 
1,990 


1 685 


2 




1,070 


3 


British East A(rica 

British South A(rica 

British Weet A(ri«» 

British Honduras 




4 












R 












6 












7 




20 
22 
4 


74,844 
33,336 
14,565 


28,200 
65,067 
28,266 


"'4,' 793 
251 


1,521 
759 
195 












8 
9 


British West Indies 

Fiji 


165 


282,163 


142.490 


560 


5,200 


in 


Gibraltar 












II 




18 


154,108 


27,268 


20,206 


4.148 












1? 


Irish Free State 












13 














1 
97 

7 


3,336 
66,583 
23,558 


3.552 

21,274 

1,104 


io 

138 


43 


14 




343 
9 


416,870 
64,312 


85.171 
307 


2 
205 


13.587 
1,461 


2,616 


15 




294 


16 


Trinidad 




17 




29 


75,198 


168,401 




956 












18 


Asomt and M»Hmm 












10 




55 
2 


425,381 
4.771 


43.191 
11,694 


19.437 


14.709 
60 


56 


i47,353 


97,308 


3,239 


3,068 


10 


Brasil 




?l 


Canary Islan'^s. 












Tt 


Chile 






















n 




14 
• 


126,024 
26.484 


594 
67.800 


158 


3,699 
206 












24 




21 


117.346 


255,600 




806 


?S 


Coata Rica 




76 


Cuba 


4 


8,820 


13,940 




120 












?7 














fS 
























?9 


Dutch West Indies 


8 

4 


30,516 
11,792 


63.656 
24,435 




378 
164 












in 




1 


5,244 


12,000 




41 


SI 


Eff\iit 




V 




10 


4«.»71 


13,335 


2.655 


790 












n? 














M 
























35 




u 


186.099 


18,634 


14,721 


4,734 












36 














V 
























38 


Hayti 


1 


1,194 


3,271 





25 












39 














40 


Italy 


3 
20 

3 
10 
20 


9,654 

111,956 

8,334 

1.270 

112,551 


3.993 
5.262 
10.700 
758 
8.832 


"i'.m 


133 
2,406 

141 

75 

1.337 












41 




22 


194.298 


24,197 


36.252 


ii.053 


47 






4S 
44 


Miqoetoa aad St. Piom... . 
Netberlanda 


13 


5,633 


1,019 




373 


4S 














46 
























47 


Pen 


1 


4.414 


10,000 




35 


23 


136,856 


322,060 




963 


48 


Porto Rico 




49 


Portugal 












1 


139 


150 




6 


6j 
















K1 
























U 




1 
1 


1,584 
8.078 


8,881 
7.100 




38 

56 












ht 


gpdia 












M 


Swadan 












ft5 


United Stataa 


206 


738.245 


72,200 


567 


15.658 


2.302 


2J00.8M 


814,801 


«10 


•3,003 


M 






87 


V««e«aMa 


4 

27 
214 


13.975 
29.297 
23.322 


23,232 




188 
1.960 
8.763 












58 




10 
1,887 


888 

60.991 


75 
50,132 




SO 


M 


Sea Fiaharta 


11,066 




14,416 




Total . , 






1,986 


7.774.979 


1,741,158 


270.750 


217,828 


4,606 


3.481.715 1 J23.gi6l 


42,530 


1S4.S79 








1 





DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATIOS 



15 



N** 5. — £tat des long-courriers britanniques, canadiens et Strangers, d^clar^ 

k I'entr^e 

BELEV6 PAR PAYS 













In Ballast— Sur leet 
















^L Foreign-Etrangers 


British 
Britanniques 


Canadian 
Canadiens 


Foreign 
Etrangers 




E' 


Toas 
register 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Freight, 
Tons 
weight 

Poids 
dufret 

en 
tonnes 


Freight, 

Tons 
noeaanre- 

ment 

Mesa- 
rage du 
fret en 
tcxmee 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Vea- 

sds 

Na- 
viree 












V«a- 

sda 

▼iroB 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr4 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
register 

TcMinage 
enregistr^ 


Cpbw 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
eoregistr^ 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


No- 


123 
1 


224,063 
2,722 


375,181 


610 
25 


3,349 
38 


242 
15 


745,533 
55,281 


9,511 
664 


67 


108.500 


1,610 


55 
12 


121,512 
36,221 


1,672 
403 


1 
2 












8 


s 


10.490 


15,204 




98 


3 


8,654 


107 








4 


14,984 


167 


4 










5 


1 


1,273 


3.248 




30 




















6 






















7 


M 


102.261 


117,617 


1,548 


2,114 


4 

2 
3 
2 
3 

1 
345 

4 


9,717 
7,261 
7,543 
8,300 
9,359 
4,198 
80,839 
13,212 


i29 
97 
104 
122 
118 
46 
3,413 
171 


4 


6,067 


01 









8 










g 


















8 


10,443 


117 


10 


















11 
























11 


3 


12,525 
240,848 


8,710 
583,146 


■"iJTM 


164 
3,779 








2 
00 


3,264 
65,010 


32 
1,343 


11 


M 


125 
1 


86,608 
3,540 


1.081 
48 


14 
IS 


1 


3,899 
76,127 


7.000 
64.769 




31 
862 








16 


34 


2 


5,514 


59 








4 

1 

11 
1 


ii.655 

810 

40.319 

2,485 


122 
19 

429 
27 


17 










18 


29 


119,313 
6,001 


46,134 
187 


375 


1,236 
63 


3 


8,614 


103 








19 


2 








70 




1 


2,951 


39 








21 


10 


33,748 
110,241 
121,312 


34,910 

12,697 

279,179 


'8.'368 


875 
1,725 
895 














n 


22 


8 


35,394 


471 








7 


23.481 


258 


n 


26 








24 




1 
2 


2,i27 
5,718 


25 

78 














25 


11 


19,236 

273,796 

2.343 

3,587 


46,000 

81,380 

5,190 

5,758 


4i6 


291 

9,157 

43 

47 














3A 


56 














V 


2 




















?8 


1 




















?0 






















10 


1 


3,673 

191,700 

10.329 


6,650 
15,358 
2,740 


"i.'TOO 


30 

4,556 

118 


5 

4 
10 


16,983 
12,939 
31,704 


186 
154 
340 








2 
29 
5 

2 

18 
8 

1 


6.443 
35.539 
18.134 

1.361 
59.114 

8.125 

3,412 


65 

1,181 

199 

29 
765 

96 

35 


31 


SO 








3? 


3 








11 




1 


1,100 


21 


34 


91 


359,404 


50,133 


0.S47 


8,620 


2 


7,462 


96 


35 










36 












3 


6.378 


64 








17 


















18 


3 


2,735 

76,466 

632,976 

17,390 

6.045 

377.224 

187.337 

2.615 

6.041 


7.000 

7,893 

13.907 

39.854 

1,336 

36,470 

42,223 

2,630 

6,724 


■"4,097 


57 

869 

18,353 

171 

672 

7,208 

5,811 

88 

101 




















39 


18 


28 
50 
1 
56 
13 


81,013 

172,988 

334 

4,403 

40,502 


9J0 

1,968 

17 

278 

495 








32 

170 


111,802 
644,061 


1.143 
7,259 


40 


114 
5 


5 

1 
70 
2 


17,504 

620 

8,454 

6,663 


440 
18 

440 
84 


41 

42 


33 
72 
39 


128 

70 

3 

1 


33,958 

220,105 

7,555 

2,957 


3,872 

2,468 

113 

46 


43 
44 

45 


• 1 

s 


3 


6,978 


80 


1 


168 


12 


46 
47 










1 


148 


« 








48 


t 


10,873 


8,360 




126 


8 
3 


7,738 
6,069 


04 
70 


1 


3,108 


31 


40 










50 


















3 


8.820 


303 


51 


14 


1S,8«1 

23.598 

173,868 

1,906,432 

3,336 


43,604 

17,603 

60,830 

1,021,654 

168 


"26;i26 


888 

838 

4,643 

58,023 

26 














52 


14 


3 


3,085 


86 








8 

1 

4,504 

1 


10,492 

807 

2,941.492 

2,327 


17 

67,303 

36 


51 


30 








54 


1.677 
1 


199 


565,809 


7,872 


3,288 


732,862 


80.620 


55 

56 
















57 


1 
1.135 


40 
87.967 


2 
15,552 




13 
10.030 


7 
145 


359 
9,957 


77 
1,716 


18 
104 


1,681 
18,402 


104 
2,640 


113 
411 


9.711 
57.840 


051 
10,007 


58 
59 


3,005 


5,494,185 


3,082,081 


64.829 


187.808 


1.171 


1,982,696 


20,730 


8,778 


001,480 


37,801 


6,669 


4,515,792 


100,674 





16 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING. REPORT 



No, 5. — Statement of Vessels, British, Canadian and Foreign, entered inwarcLN 

from Sea — Concluded 



RECAPITULATION 



With ntama 
Charsis 



Britiah — Britaanigues 
CrMi^i>ii"~4^-<ii>i1iiirft 
Fonish— Etrancen. . . 

Total 



Veseela 
Navirea 



1,986 
4.605 
3.695 



10,285 



Tons 
ReKiatar 

Toonace 
enrefistr^ 



7.774.979 
3.481,715 
5,491.185 



16.750.879 



Freight, tons 
Weight 

Poids du fret 
en tonnea 



1.741.153 
1.823.916 
3,082.081 



6.647.150 



Fraight. tona 
Meoaurement 

Mwurageda 
fret en tonnea 



270.750 
42.530 
64.329 



377,609 



Crew 
Equipagp 



217,328 
134,379 
137,808 



489,615 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE IjA NAVIGATION 



17 



N° 5. — £tat (le.s long-couniers britanni(iuos, canadiens et strangers, d^clar^g, 

a I'entree — fin, 

RECAPITULATION 



In Ballast 
Sur Jeet 


Vessels 
Naviree 


Tom 
RegiBter 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Freight, tons 
Weight 

Poids du fret 
en tonnee 


Freight, tons 
Measurement 

Mesurageda 
fret en tcwnes 


Crew 

Equipage 




1.171 
3.778 
5,609 


1,982.696 

991,480 

4,515,792 






29,720 








37,891 








100,674 










Total 


10.618 


7.489,968 






168,285 












20,903 


24,240,847 


6,647,150 


377.609 


657,800 







73808—2 



18 



CUSTOMS-^SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 6. — Statement of Vessels, British, (Canadian and Foreign, ont^^red Out- 
wards for Sea at each Port and Outport 



No. 



Pons and OutporU 

Port* et porta 
MOoodairM 



With CurgoM— Cbvite 



British— BritanniquM 



VeoseU 



Navires 



Tons 
register 



Tonnage 
eore- 
gistr^ 



Freight, 
Tons 
weight 



Tons 

ineasiue> 

meat 



Poids 
du (ret 



Meeu- 
ragedu 
fret en 
tonnes 



Crew 



£iqui- 
page 



Canadian — Canadiens 



Vessels 



Tons 
register 



Navires 



Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 



Freight, 
Tons 
weight 



Poids 
du (ret 



Tons 
aeasure 
ntent 



Mesu- 

ragedu 
(ret en 
tonnes 



Crafw 



£qui- 
page 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 

i« 

90 

21 

22 

23 

M 

SS 

M 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

3S 

3« 

37 

38 

3« 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

4« 

47 

48 

49 

M 

«1 

U 
33 
M 
U 
36 
«7 
58 
80 
60 
»1 

a 

08 
04 
06 

60 

67 

OS 
60 
70 



Albert. N.B 

Alert Bay. EC 

Amherst. N.8 

Amherst Harbour, Que. 

Aayox.B.C 

Annapolis Royal, N.S.... 

Arichat. N.8 

Baddeck. N.8 

Bain(ield, B.C 

Harrington Passage, N.S. 

Bathurst, N.B 

Bear River. N.S 

Belliveau's Cove, N.S. . . 
Bonne Esperance. Que.... 

Bridgewater, N.S 

Britannia Reach, B.C — 

Buctouche, N.B 

Butedale. B.C 

Campbellton, N.B 

Campobello. N.B 

Canso. N.S 

Caraquet, N.B 

Charlottetown. P.E.I.. . . 

Chatham, N.B 

Chemainus. B.C 

Chester, N.S 

Cheticamp, N.S 

Church Point. N.S 

Clark's Harbour. N.S... 

Clementsport, N.S 

Dalhouiiie. N.B 



1,500 



190 



924 



390 



500 



a3 



9.850 



6.677 



27.000 



584 



2.089 



8,958 



2,609 



18.073 
3.194 
39.904 



Digby, N.S 
Freeport, N.S 

Obsp«. Qoe 

Georgetown, P.E.I 

Glace Bay. N.S 

Gnysboro, N.S 

Hali(ax. N.S 

Hantsport. N.S 

Hillsboro. N.S 

Isaac's Harbour. N.S — 

Joggin Mines, N.S 

Kwitville, N.S 

Ladner, B.C 

Ladysmith, B.C 

Li Have, N.S 

Liverpool, N.S 

Lockeport, N.S 

Lord's Cove, N.B 

Louisbttrr, N.S 

Lower East Pabnioo, 

N.8 

Lunenburg, N.S 

lfabaa.N:8 

MaboM Bay, N.S 

Ifaitland. N.8 

IfargaretaviUe. N.S 

Moneton. N.B 

If oatagoe. P.E.I 

MontrMd, Que 

Moose Factory, Ont. . . 
Mnrray Harbour, P.E.I 

Naaaimo, B.C 

Newoaaile. N.B 

New Westminster. B.C. 
North East Harboor. 

N.S 

North HeMl N.B... 
North Sydney, N.S. 
Oeeaa Falls. B.C. . . . 

Parrsboro. N.B 

Pietoa. N.S 



1 

700 



40 
119 



1.455 
1.871.666 



1,035 



3,500 



1.83G 



3,471 



182 



480 



32 



1,750 



48 
7.332 
18,203 



124 



150,696 



119 
873 



502 



18.895 



1 

9 

556 

1 



30 



379 
16 
3 

3 



1.457 
601 
2.435 
1.487 



486 2 



82.614 



123.277 



185 



840 



10.529 



430 



200 



1.575 
9,215 



133 



42 



403 
54 
499 



76,602 
883 



149.411 
1.780 



1,075 



2.910 
106 



2.604 
8 



21 



22 
59,468 



2,680 

737 

.874,711 



11,444 



78,243 



906,968 

66.483 
3.977 
2.311 



78.822 
15.552 
5.905 
3,025 



941.666 



0.664 



24 



468 



339 



1.378 

946 

2.534 



2,450 



1.600 
5.702 



9,209 



1,111 
167 
435 



11,331 

2.521 

34.404 



386 



363 



588 

315 

2.833 

398 

173 

827 

290,590 

316 



16.013 



385 



201 
178 



1.280 



1,346 



545 



743 
360 



343 



2.400 
228.214 



102 
3 

52 
14 

178 
11 



34 



23 

43 

58.875 

58 



1.060 



1.614 



7,380 
710 
66 
51 



112 



SO 



16 



183 
60 
66 

60 



80 



25.825 

716 

3.410 

603 

1.003 

21,070 



3,617 



238 

3,395 

804 

818 



948,617 



18.161 



94.379 



14.876 
15.400 
76.664 
19.38 



42.399 

1.068 

5.081 

200 

2.428 

32.223 



144 



73 
5,480 
09.934 



920 



616 



3.600 



3.675 
12.310 



79 



4.260 



190 
6,993 

825 
1,500 



968,331 



0.060 



14.807 



1.476 
96.909 
69.142 
90.002 



560 



44,801 



9.300 



22 



13 



1,113 

27 



143 
10 



145 



2fl3 
32 

251 



19 



44 
31 
55 
19 
31 
19 
10,166 
6 



71 
20 
370 
177 
335 
308 



173 



19 
60 
22 



4,214 



644 



SSS 



11,000 



1.107 
404 

1.390 
303 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



I 



N° 6. — Tableau des na vires britanniques, canadiens et etrangers allant d la 
mer, entrt^s k chaque port et port seeondaire 





In Baliaat-Ldgee 




Foreicn— ^trancen 


British 


Canadian 


Foreicn 
fitraacers 




Ve»- 
aeb 

viraa 


Tom 

recieter 

Tonnage 
eore- 
giatr6 


FteiKht, 
Tooa 
weicht 

Poida 
dufret 

en 
tonnea 


Freight, 
Tons 

meaaare 
ment 

Mesa- 
race da 
fret en 
toonee 


Oetm 

pace 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Crew 

fiqui- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Crew 

i^iii- 
page 


No. 


ft 


1.680 
36.386 






35 
515 




















1 


17 


63,016 
















40 


014 


251 


2 
















3 






























4 


1 


1.527 

8,466 

162 

53.640 


2.572 

16.970 

35 

49,250 


'is,' 640 
'35.060 


26 
273 

78 
670 








20 


31.130 


120 


4 


7.816 


97 


5 


17 









6 


10 








24 

8 

4 

3 

60 


386 
160 
73 
33 
875 


117 
44 
16 


286 








7 


34 


3 


56 


12 








8 




1 
2 


8 
167 


8 

42 





4 


107 
2,665 


78 
5.410 




28 

37 








10 


3 








n 




::::::::! :: 














12 


I 


io 

870 

27,655 

46.843 

1,306 




40 


2 

17 

558 

642 

35 








3 


31 


12 








13 


1 


235 
58.162 
50,542 


6 


1,600 


124 








14 


38 














16 


31 














4 


7. 142 


66 


16 


2 














17 












55 


3,308 


262 


66 


1,534 


306 


18 


16 


18,616 

561 

4,700 




2.965 


357 
124 
53 








19 


63 


580 
7,465 








323 

96 

113 

3 


36.779 

13.554 

2,000 

104 


2.043 

1.923 

521 

13 


110 
56 


6,530 
1,860 


282 
542 


20 


5 


47 


6.807 


062 


21 
33 


10 


10,521 

14,230 

162,445 


15.020 
5.619 
4.517 


29 
26,337 
181.826 


376 

271 

1,406 








3 


4,037 


160 


33 


13 








34 


63 








M 

25 


5.616 
348 


760 
86 


67 


11.166 


655 


36 

26 


14 


13,070 


29.000 




261 














27 






















38 


5 


25 


380 


74 


73 








6 


84 


30 








39 
















80 


1 


778 
4,050 

171 
8,826 
6,121 


2.886 
20 
57 


8,666 
"ii.m 


17 
151 

28 
190 

91 




















81 


14 




















83 


11 




















33 


9 


1 


2.028 


60 


1 
4 
22 


33 

75 

944 


6 
12 
67 


1 


213 


is 


34 


5 


6.276 


36 
















86 


13 


12.345 
1.275.808 


25,437 
135.021 


... . 

85,736 
7,476 


266 
43.983 














37 


468 


11 


15,657 


240 


67 


153.626 


1.420 


9 


4.341 


120 


88 
88 


16 


10.278 
134 
160 


34,029 
91 
250 


250 


274 
26 
4 




















40 


s 








1 


10 


3 


3S 


664 


304 


41 


1 








43 






















43 


1 


380 

52.680 


300 
15.221 




12 
1,386 















1 
18 


88 

3.360 


6 

7« 


44 


54 








72 
36 




3.443 

3.370 
653 


648 

600 

63 


45 










4« 


44 


7.6ei 

257 
2.400 
14.206 

228 

1,220 

005 


10.200 

127 

3.430 

20,231 

10 
1.175 
1.800 




734 

54 

424 

326 

65 
26 
21 














47 


g 












- 


48 


206 








403 




12.561 
111 


1.332 
33 


62 

87 

24 
8 


707 
2.404 

1.870 
461 


138 

107 

494 
108 


49 


12 








50 


3 








51 


3 
1 


3 


338 


33 


360 


21.946 


4,189 


63 
63 










8 


SS3 


57 








54 
























55 






























58 


8 


1,840 


3.675 




36 




















57 






















68 


387 


1,066.881 


2.254,570 


05,003 


12.725 


34 


75.427 


088 


39 


133.654 


1.063 


•6 


188.063 


1,948 


68 
80 












2 
2 
1 


76 
81 
400 


12 
34 

7 


4 
06 


84 
13.080 


10 
611 








61 


660 


220,035 


50,334 


30,043 


6,854 


82 
6 

4 


6.947 
6.081 
7.037 


403 
112 

07 


03 
68 


111 


345,652 


105,684 




t,m 


8 

1 
•4 
44 


6.036 

12 
14.383 
10. 101 


101 

6 

1.000 
403 


64 










66 


41 


417 

17.104 

51 

14.242 

10,287 


280 

42.066 

5 

31.433 

6.SSS 




83 

706 

13 

207 

108 








15 
108 

8 


187 
77.314 
5,373 


SO 

7,494 

70 


66 


42 
1 


m 


fl«,38S 


3,3M 


67 

08 


21 














08 


10 


1 


n 


• 














70 



78808-31 



20 



CUSTOMS—SHIPPFNG REPORT 



No. 6. — Statement of Vessels, British, C'anadian and ForeiKn, entered Out- 
wards for Sea at each Port and Outport — Concluded 





Port* and Outports 
PorU et ports 


With Cargoes— Charges 




British— Britanniques 




No. 


Vessels 
Navires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Freight, 
Tons 
weight 

Poids 
du fret 

en 
tonnes 


Tons 

ineasur»- 

ment 

Mesu- 
ragedu 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Vesaeb 

Navires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enr»> 
gistr6 


Fraight. 
Tons 
weight 

P^ds 
du fi«t 

en 
tonnes 


Tons 

neaanm- 

ment 

Mesu- 
ragedu 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


71 
























72 


Port Aibemi.B.C 

Port Alfred Que 


8 
12 


26,423 
20,099 


994 
46,478 


17,604 


276 
319 












73 












74 


Port Clyde N.S 


1 


238 


280 






75 


Port Elgin N B 














76 


Port HaMtings. N.S 






















77 


Port liitwketbury N S 




.•i. 








,- 










78 


Port Mulnrave N 8 












i 
« 

1 


462 
644 

286 


168 

1,385 

320 


140 
1.666 


7 


79 


Port Wade N S 












26 


SO 


Port Williams, N.S 












14 


81 
82 
83 


Powell River. B.C 

Prince Kupert, B.C 

PuKwa-*!' N 8 


U 

20 

2 


56,678 
63,315 
2.203 


10,398 
173.869 


"iieis 


745 
699 
41 




54 
4 

2 
36 

1 
49 


74,042 
1.433 
1,133 

59,679 
78 

66,232 


4.275 


■ 4. 638 

26 
130 


3,379 
24 


84 


Quatsino. B C 


207 
8,323 


38 


85 




131 


863,205 


181.247 


767 


29,412 


1,320 


86 


Richibucto N B 


6 


87 




2 


3,249 


4.118 




49 


92,127 


1,013 


88 






89 


St Andrews N B 












249 

3 

107 


2,110 

39 

51,113 


2,231 

16 

49,995 


64 

62,896 


499 


90 


St. George. N.B 












6 


91 


St John. N B 


108 


631. 8M 


361.0(7 


68.028 


is.sii 


718 


9i 


8t Peters N 8 




93 


St Stephen N.B 












3 
2 
3 


90 
272 
862 


66 


469 


6 


94 


Salmon River N 8 












9 


95 
96 


a-uidy Point. N.S 

Sheet Harbour N S 


2 


199 


500 




13 


1,141 


18 


97 


Sheibume. N.S 


4 
2 


793 
1,119 


595 


320 


45 

20 


4 
4 


1,547 
1.522 


659 
973 


4i4 


38 


M 


Sherbrooke. N.S 

Shippegan N B 


29 


99 






100 


Sidney. B.C 












23 


3.990 


3,845 


178 


192 


101 




2 
8 


560 
617 


395 
520 


2i 


27 
39 




102 


Souris. P.E.i 

Steveeton. B C 












103 


13 

1 

2 

47 

6 

5 

13 

540 

371 


491 

1.338 

660 

97,763 

20,993 

1,141 

24,685 

988,209 

436,875 


302 

2,031 

777 

152,250 

18,770 

820 

8,070 

137,533 

33.495 


is 

1 


50 


104 
105 
106 


Stewart. B.C 

Si)mmen)ide, P.E.I 

Sydney, N 8 


i 

78 

10 


440 
166,507 
41,899 


457 

319,102 
8,150 




7 

3.421 
641 


24 

13 

1.386 


107 


Three Rivers, Que 

Truro N 8 


202 
24 


Union Bay, B.C 


40 

307 

27 


129,012 

1,274.275 

199,399 


32.315 

1.389.555 

6.260 


43^219 
577 


1,611 

20,683 

6.987 


415 


110 
111 
112 


Vancouver, B.C 

Victoria, B.C 

Wallace N 8 


49,399 
19,564 


113 


Westport N 8 












5 
17 

9 
24 


166 

4.336 

929 

12,043 


70 


i6;627 
7ii 


14 


114 


Weymoath N 8 


1 


757 


1.634 




It 


108 


115 


White Rock. B.C. 


2,712 
19,360 


84 


116 
117 


Windsor. N.S 


74 
1 


14S,7«3 
1,487 


418.061 
1.541 




1,79( 
71 


304 


118 


Yarmouth. N.S 


123 


110.328 


10,161 




S.MO 


119 


York Factory, Man 

Total 


1 


1.487 


216 




6C 
















2,70« 


8.435,906 


6.290,243 


411,779 


210,971 


3.27< 


3.877.100 


1,464.502 


366,691 


109.907 



DOUANBS— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



2t 



N** 6. — Tableau des navires britanniques, canadiens et Strangers allanl d la 
mer, entr^ k chaque port et port secondaire — Fin 



I 





In Ballast— L^ges 




Foreign— Strangers 


British 


Canadian 


Foreign 
Etrangers 




Vee- 
seU 

vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kistr6 


Freight, 
Tons 
weight 

Poids 
dufret 

en 
tonnes 


Frei^t, 
Tons 

measure 
meat 

mgedu 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistre 


Crew 

fiqui- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregi8tr6 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Crew 

Equi- 
page 


No. 


3 


2,142 

12«,606 

29,602 

1,460 

63 


4,970 


'i26,'&68 


53 

1,378 

430 

21 

8 




















71 


39 








5 


5,867 


107 


1 
3 


4 
6,4«4 


3 
81 


72 


18 


57, 167 

1,119 

25 








73 


1 














74 


2 








1 


10 


3 








7S 










1 
12 


203 

0,720 


20 
225 


76 












14 


1,674 


215 


28 


4,176 


470 


77 


1 


2,608 


1,906 




26 


78 






















70 


3 


2,583 

115,109 

40,153 

4,097 

18,712 

192,721 

5,417 

18.805 


3.557 
55.872 
60.347 


■ 6,'73i 
■i6;725 


60 
2,637 
578 
98 
183 
2,617 
114 
352 




















80 


89 














11 
1.068 


29,368 
60,633 


349 
7,261 


81 


26 
5 


2 


102 


28 


1,003 


02,116 


8,006 


82 
R1 


5 


6.445 
176,065 








1 
3 


229 
087 


16 
37 


3 

20 


12,684 
42,109 


ii4 

911 


84 


60 
8 


7 


46,505 


1,286 


86 

8(1 


16 


29.054 


1 


i,673 


28 














87 




30 

692 

4 

142 


3,626 

34,818 

12 

4,846 


658 

3,114 

8 

330 








88 


418 


6.615 

979 

421,972 

12,106 

73 


9.832 

531 

385.4 9 

21,260 

35 


i;634 
67,005 


874 

46 

10.067 

266 

7 








09 
17 

87 


1.491 

319 

25,919 


212 
62 
701 


80 


18 








00 


379 
13 


10 


35,806 


708 


01 
0? 


2 














5 


2,706 


35 


03 










. 






04 


56 


6,370 

18,142 

2,423 

21,782 

906 

4,246 

7,345 

1,461 

1,067 

1,527 

4.189 

274.691 

10.844 

475 

18.577 

2.175.892 

415.569 

1.109 

195 

4,431 

42 

80,843 


3.355 

24.142 

492 

43,685 

674 

1,845 

3.598 

1.550 

519 

2.217 

4.501 

471.127 

4,030 

360 

5.453 

1,735,547 

76.901 


398 



"ii.'soo 

72 
617 

"iioao 


1,098 

416 

697 

451 

20 

85 

96 

29 

126 

25 

71 

4.048 

169 

7 

208 

28.638 

10.261 

8 

43 

111 

« 

1,5«8 








1 


32 


8 


39 


2,516 


828 


05 


20 








06 


37 








6 


3i2 


57 


36 


2,307 


657 


07 


21 








08 


1 








26 
22 


365 
3,484 


106 
188 


1 
458 

1 


.317 

145.389 

2,087 


9 

6,640 

31 


00 


5 








100 


3 








101 


2 














10? 


37 








3 
16 


204 
5,641 


14 

254 


8 
6 


100 
6,924 


36 

155 


108 


1 








104 


3 








im 


132 

1 


12 
10 


ii.iii 

20.700 


326 
391 


2 
10 


36 
34,130 


16 
404 


88 
20 


188.996 
58.990 


2,408 
616 


106 
107 
108 


9 








4 
640 
474 


157 
436,016 
573,435 


32 

13,578 
24.636 


24 
188 
946 


1.319 

354,864 

1,474,456 


155 
4,086 
46.683 


100 


700 

197 

1 


26 
30 


123.552 
130. 145 


1,001 
2,403 


no 
111 

113 


14 


74 

7.596 

128 

187.706 




















IIS 


8 








8 
• 


106 
174 


14 
34 








114 


3 














115 


95 














116 






















117 


70 


123,887 


6,692 




6.435 








a 


3,834 


540 


53 


4.0W 


•35 


118 










110 
































6,035 


7,666,084 


•,564,318 


739.310 


152.300 


301 


544.446 


12,080 


5,M7 


1.670,060 


70.300 


4.163 


3,779.383 


87,0W 





22 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 7 — Statement of Vessels, British, Caua(li:m and Foreign, entered 

Outwards for Sea 

ABSTRACT BY COUNTRIES 





Cowtries to which 
Departed 

Pays de destination 














imtk ni,. 


gOM— Chi 


irmh 












TtawmM i_ HI 






British— Britanniqaaa 




No. 


Veesels 
Naviree 


Tons 
register 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistri 


Freight, 
Tons 
weight 

Poids 
du fret 

en 
tonnes 


Tons 

noeaaurfr- 

ment 

Mi- 
rage du 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 

Itqui- 
page 


Veeseb 
Naviree 


Tons 
register 

Tannage 
enre- 
giBtr6 


Freight, 
Tons 

weight 

Poids 
du fret 

en 
tonnes 


Ton 
meaanre- 

ment 

Mi- 
rage du 
fret en 
tonnes 


Crew 
£qui- 


1 


Great Britain 


848 

38 

22 

4 

5 


4,185,316 

268,895 

84,202 

15.602 

6,393 


2,847,345 

38.880 

86,853 

10.827 

2,600 


239,929 
16,593 
30,848 
12,327 


104.540 

7,712 

1,156 

204 

214 


80 
23 


197.480 
80.594 


251,786 
62,109 


23,767 
17,980 


2,596 


7 




921 


3 


British South Africa 

British West Africa 




4 












5 


36 
8 


91.745 
17,668 


40,644 
11,211 




1,636 


fi 




464 


7 




3 

9 
5 


11,421 
14,476 
17,743 


8,300 
8,234 
2.420 


■■3.864 
7,224 


186 
206 
246 




8 
9 


BritiRh West Indies 


68 


111,010 


66,938 


20,116 


1,942 


10 














I] 


Gibraltar 


1 

20 

12 

5«9 

32 


4,088 

164,868 

36,814 

463,246 

120,572 


e.309 
72.251 
67.250 
133.5 2 
27,593 


'8,'i67 

536 

3,181 

33,345 


38 

4,339 

471 

15,500 

1,974 












12 
13 


Hong Kong. 

Irish Free State 


8 


70.688 


23,674 




4,366 


14 




2i9 
20 


162,510 
66.696 


156,594 
51,488 


4 7 
12,444 


4,. 24 


15 

16 


New Zealand 


832 


17 




70 
1 


304,283 
2,418 


360,313 
3,167 


494 
1,429 


8,261 
30 


19 
3 


45,204 
964 


8.128 


26 


673 


18 


Brasil 


20 


19 










titn 


China 


4 
1 

24 
3 


22,349 
2,024 

46,674 
5,633 


6,925 

4,649 

32,902 

14,140 




640 

29 

1,107 

83 


3 


26,555 


6 




1,637 


21 






22 


Cuba 


3 


1,028 




2.401 


20 


23 








24 














26 


Ravnt 


3 
15 
1 


9,429 
60,185 
2,451 


639 
83,697 
5,947 


1,078 
272 


205 

1,490 

35 












36 














27 














38 














29 




138 
S 


482.331 
14,660 


842,210 
34,241 


723 


8,122 
157 


3 


16,487 


15,684 




235 


30 






31 














82 


Italy 


20 
45 

1 


52,154 

211,226 

1,819 


116,941 

95,148 

4,450 


■22,492 




615 

4.533 

28 












31 




15 


165,320 


33,768 


1 


6,190 


34 


Lettonia 




3S 




1 


58 


13 




7 


30 
















37 


Netherlands 


92 


270.786 


608,905 




3.213 


2 


6,654 


14,831 


SO 


84 


38 






30 


Peru 






















40 


Poland 


i 

1 
10 


3.042 

200 

28,084 


7,693 
350 

73,608 




31 

6 

338 












41 


Porto Rico 


30 

1 


2,601 
134 


3,386 
250 




ii9 


42 


Portugal 


7 


43 






44 


Saint Pierre 


44 

352 

1 

4 

371 

3 


7,574 
21,362 
3.210 
7.402 
1,444,998 
8,246 


5,231 

24 

7,500 

18,558 

577,442 

679 


34 

■ ■29,'363 


411 
6.240 
39 
116 
36,319 
122 


30 
192 


9,078 
22,076 


2,658 
2,650 


630 


378 


43 


Sea Fisheries 


4,747 


44 


Soain 




47 
48 














United States 


2,522 


1,842,651 


719.984 


88,800 


70,378 


49 






50 


VeneauMt 












51 


For Sea 


28 


29,730 






3,019 














Total 


2.70« 


8.431.906 


6,220,243 


411.779 


210,978 


3,376 


2,8n,100 


1,464.802 


266,601 


109,967 

















RECAPITULATION 








WithCarfOes 
Charcts 


Vflsads 

Naviiw 


Tons 
RcciMw 

Toonaca 
anreciatrf 


Frmf ht. tons 
Weiglit 

Poids du tret 
•a toniMa 


Freight, tons 

Meavrateda 
f eteBtooBea 


Crew 

£qaip«ce 


Britia' — Britamiqaes 


8.706 
3.376 
6.(06 


8.436.006 
2.877,100 
7,666.004 


6.830,843 
1,464.608 
6,664.318 


411.770 
366,001 
730,310 


310,078 


Canafiian— OanadieM 


109,067 


Foreign— £,traBcers 


163,309 


Total 


11.017 


18,979.000 


14.840.068 


1.417,780 


73,361 



DOUANBS— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



» 



N° 7. — £tat des long-courriers britanniques, canadiens et Strangers declaria 

a la sortie 



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Canadian 


Foreign 
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re(ist« 

Toonace 
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Freisht, 
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weight 

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meaaure 

meat 

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Ves- 
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Na- 

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Tons 
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Tonnage 
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Crew 

Equi- 


No. 


206 
24 


464,712 
72,270 
36,824 


467,017 
11.865 
20,001 


40.928 
19.117 
6.463 


5,765 
841 
437 


13 

1 


37.967 
3,208 


882 
33 


36 


41.232 


575 


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5,725 


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13.912 

1.930 

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11.647 


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51,992 
89.633 

198.240 
12,679 
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37,509 
41,891 

102,028 


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24,856 
21,395 

324.553 
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3,355 
06,417 
14,275 
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128.377 


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284 


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327 


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4.362 

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27 


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3.634 


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1.696 


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45,680 


868.103 
104,359 


7.646 


6,135 
467 


2 
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3,418 
2,780 
1.077 


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3 
41 


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6,367 

221.731 


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5,233 


31 


130 


461,646 
1.111,713 


943, 170 
853,934 


272 
82.758 


4,738 
15.316 








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265 


11 


80.530 


1.649 


3 


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1,075 


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34 


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2,751 




103 


2 


6.276 


82 


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1.297 


38 


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1 
1 
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1 


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70 

1.971 

3.309 

5,978 


559 
17 
36 
46 
43 


36 

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106 


330,208 

127.644 

13,874 


564,586 

203.351 

5.234 


7.897 
41.320 


3.857 

2.085 

167 


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13.226 


133 








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12,480 
11,216 
48,916 


6.522 
1.407 
14.582 
8.345 




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462 
883 

9,649 


2 


5.116 


61 








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658 


2.886 

317 

3.473 

60,656 


62 

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375 

11.606 


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15 
181 


i.632 
13.506 


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2.211 


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1.943 


7.764 
64.761 


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14.407 


44 
46 

4A 


38 


96.667 

8.172.175 

12.996 


79,439 

1,294,398 

2,604 


7.294 
485.147 


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81.639 

171 




















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2,698 
6 


66 


258,840 


4,783 


2.867 


1,301.931 


51.607 


3,306 

1 

1 

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2,066.961 
3.510 
3.237 
1.866 


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359 


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38 


11.635 


54 




1.022 


31 


600 


116 


61 


5,035 


7.666.084 


6,664,318 


739.310 


152.309 


891 


644.446 


12.069 


5,057 


1.670.969 


70,390 


4,163 


2,779,283 


87.909 





RECAPITULATION 



InRdlast 
Sorlwt 


VaMda 
NaTirea 


Tona 
Register 

Tonnage 
anracistrt 


Frwf ht. tooa 
Wei^t 

Poida da (ret 
•n tonnes 


Freight, tooa 
Measurement 

MssiiiMPS da 
fratwtOMM 


Ornr 

ftioipaaa 




391 
6.067 
4,163 


644,446 

1.670,960 
3.779.383 






13.080 








70.390 


Foreign — Etrangsra 






87.990 










Total 


9.410 


4,904,607 






170.478 










Onud total 


lo.or 


38. 078,787 


14.349.063 


1,417,780 


643.739 



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TRADE WITH EACH COUNTRY AND NATIONALITY OF VESSELS 

No. 12, — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea at each of the undermentioned Ports and Out- 
ports in Canada from Foreign Countries, distinguishing the Nationality 
of the Vessels employed in the trade with each Country. 



Porta and Outporte and 
Countries whence Arrived 

Porta et porta aeoondaires et 
pays de depart 


Great Britain 
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1.500 
352 


















United States (6) 


5 


1,382 




























Total 


3 


1,852 


5 


1,383 




























Alert Bay, B.C.— 

UnitwlStates U) 

SeaFiaheries (a) 






42 
14 


32,079 
404 


2 


4.9«ft 








































Total 






S« 


32.483 


2 


4,9eft 
























Amherst. N.S.— 
Newfoundland (6) 


2 


196 




































Amherst Harbour, Que.— 
^4^wfoundlfwid (#) 


1 


396 


- 


































Anyox. B.C.— 
Unit«d States (•) 


4 


2,088 


5 


9,343 




























Annapolis Royal, N.8.— 

Great Britain (•) 

United States ■ ■ (a) 










1 
17 


498 
8,4ft0 


























United States (6) 


3 


404 








■ 
























Total 


3 


404 






18 


8,9ft4 








"^ 
















Ariohat. N.8.- 
Sea Fiaheriea (6) 


19 


282 


1(^ 


182 




























RMldeck. N.S.- 
Newfoundland (6) 


14 


2.91ft 


















United States ... (•) 






22 


21,340 










Sea Fisheries (6) 


10 


19« 






























Total 


24 


3,112 






22 


21,340 
























Ramfield. B.C.- 
Frooi Sea («) 






1 


8 












/^ 


United States (s) 


7 


3«4 












^" 




















Total 


7 


8«4 


1 


8 














Bwrinctoo Paasace. N.S.— 
Uaitad SUtcs («) 






3 
3 


103 
331 














8m Fisheries ' (a) 


3 


33 




























Total 


t 


S3 


ft 


834 














R«thiirst,N.B.- 
Great Britain (ft) 


a 


881 


















Norway !.!!(• i 

United States ifr 






S 


1.177 














t 


1,«» 










Sea Fisheries lb) 


M 


983 
















* 
















ToUl 


70 


1.864 


t 


1.9S8 


t 


l.ft77 


i^^^ 


^"••••" 







(•) Steam-Vapeurs. (6) Sail— Voilkn. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



31 




COMMERCE AVBC CHAQUS PAYS ET NATIONALITY DBS NA VIRES 

N" 12. — llELEvfi du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k vapeur 
d^clar^s d Ventree k chacun des ports et ports secondaires sous-mentionn^ 
du Canada venant des pays Strangers, et de la nationality des na vires 
employes dans le commerce avec chaque pays. 



Dennuu-k 
^rDanenuu-k 


France 
France 


Germany 
AUemagne 


Netherlands 
Pajrs-Baa 


Japan 
Japoo 


Other National! tiee 
AiUree nationalitte 


Total 


1. 

sela 
Na- 


Tons 

R«Ki»- 

ter 

Tooaace 
enre- 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 

Recic- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Si8tr« 


Ves- 
sela 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Toimace 
enre- 
Kiatr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Nir 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 


Flag 
Drapeau 


Ves- 
sels 

Na. 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gUtr« 


Ves- 
sels 

N^. 

viree 


Tooa 
Regis- 
ter 


virea 


enre- 
gietr« 


ears. 
gistrft 




























I 

7 


1.500 
1.734 


















































































8 


3.234 
























































44 

14 


37,045 




























404 
























































58 


37 448 
























































2 


198 
























































1 


398 




























« 


11.431 






















































1 

17 
3 


498 




























8.486 




























404 












• 












































21 


9,368 
























































M 


444 




























14 
S3 
10 


2.918 




























21.340 





























198 
























































46 


34.453 




























1 
7 


8 




























884 




























8 


373 












•s 
















8 
• 


UB 




























88« 




























• 


887 






♦ 






















a 

3 

3 
68 


•81 





























1.877 
















■* 




^ * 








1.938 






























983 





























74 


•,«88 



32 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



Ports and Outporta and 
Countries whence Arrived 

Porta et porta aeoondaires et 
p*ya da depart 


Great Britain 
Graade-Bretacne 


United Statea 
£uta-UnlB 


Norway 
Norv^ 


Sweden 
Su«de 


Belgium 
Belgique 


Vee- 

seU 

Ni- 
virea 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Vee- 
aels 

nI- 

viree 


Tona 

Recia- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
giatr^ 


Vea- 
aeU 

iil- 

virea 


Tona 

Regie- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
giatr^ 


Vea- 
aeb 

Nil- 
viree 


Tcna 
Regia- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Vea- 

aeU 

virea 


Tona 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Bear River. N.8.— 

Unitwi Stataa (a) 

United SUtea (b) 



2 


10,20S 
30B 




















































Total 


8 


10,413 




































BeUiveaat Cove, N 8 — 
St. Pierre (6) 


1 
9 


104 
1,833 


















United Statea (•) 




































Total 


10 


1,937 





































Bonne Esp^rance, Que.— 
Newfoundland (a) 


21 
6 


8,004 
293 








870 










Newfoundland (6) 
































Total 


27 


8,297 








870 
























Bridgewater. N.8.— 

St. Pierre (a) 

United Statea la) 










16 


1.029 
15.693 


























United Sutea (6) 


10 


4,424 
































Total 


10 


4,424 






17 


16,722 
























Britaimia Beach, B.C.— 

Japan (o) 

United Statea (a) 


























22 


44,406 




3,891 










Hawaii (a) 


1 


2,689 










British West Indies (a) 








































Total 


1 


2,689 


22 


44,406 




2.391 




















Butedale. B.C.— 

United Statea (a) 

Sea Fiaberiea (a) 


1 
OS 


251 

2.737 


21 
34 


596 
852 








































Total 


06 


2,988 


55 


1,448 




























Campbellton. N.B.— 
Great Britain (a) 


► 1 


1,399 






1 

1 
2 


1,284 

948 

3.178 


1 


1,354 






Newfoundland (a) 










United Statea (a) 


1 
I 


1,800 
296 














United Statea (b) 
































Total 


3 


3,501 






4 


6,410 


1 


1.354 
















CampobeUo. N.B.- 

Uni ted Sutea (a) 


411 


38,174 


430 


8,770 




























Caanins, N.8.— 

United SUtes (b) 


1 


58 




































Ouao, N.8.- 
OraatBritaia a) 


1 
1 
t 


130 
135 
148 


















Newfovndlaad i a) 


















Newfoundland i b ' 


1 

1 
8 

5 

45 

1 


m 

768 

1,451 

3,880 

1.440 

U 






' 








St. Pierre lb) 










► 




United Statea i a) 




















8 
W 
63 


1,135 
16,800 
5.867 














Sea Fiafaariaa lai 














SaaFMbariaa b 




























Total 


154 


33,591 


01 


7,170 
















1 


_______ 


— — 









(«) steam— VavMva. (b) Sail-Voiliera. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



33 



N** 12. — Relev£ du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k vapeur, 

d^clar^s d Ventrie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Daaemark 


FrwM 
Fnnee 


AllwnagMt 


Netherlands 
Pays. Baa 


Ja{>an 
Japon 


Other Kationalitiea 
Antree nationality 


Total 


Vm- 
ads 

iTar 
Tires 


Tons 

R«Ci»- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enr»- 
gistr^ 


Veo- 
•els 

viree 


Tons 

R««i8- 

t«r 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistr6 


Vee- 

sels 

N»- 

viree 


Tons 

Resia- 

t«r 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Cistr« 


V«a- 
seia 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 

R«(ia- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Cistr6 


Ves- 
seb 

Na- 

▼iree 


Tons 

R«(i*- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enr»- 
gjstri 


Flac 
Drapeaa 


Vea- 
aela 

Na- 
virea 


Tone 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 


Vea- 
aela 

virea 


Tone 

Hccia- 

tar 

eu»- 
Kiati« 




























6 
2 


10.203 
309 






















































8 


10.412 




























I 
9 


104 




























1.833 






















































10 


1,937 




























22 
6 


8.874 
393 


















































































38 


9.167 




























1 

17 
10 


1.039 
17.007 
4.434 


1 


1.314 










































































1 


1.314 
























28 


32.460 






















China 


1 


3,915 


1 
23 

1 
1 


3.915 

46.799 

3.689 

3.341 




































































Italy 


1 


3. Ml 












































2 


7.156 


36 


56.644 




















































22 
99 


847 




























3.S89 






















































131 


4.436 




























3 
1 
3 

1 


4.037 
948 























































6.044 
296 


















































































8 


10.336 
















= 












841 


S6.N0 




























1 


II 











1 1 














































1 
1 

a 

1 

8 
8 

140 
S3 


136 




























I3S 




























SM 




























718 




























1.411 
4.UI 
17.140 
5.168 










































































































— ^ 





"" "^ 


• "^ 


•••••• 


■ . .j^ . ^ 





ll'.l'J.ll 





l^'yyj_ 









m 


H.TfT 



34 



dVSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
^ entered Inwards /rom Sea, etc. — Continued 



Port* and Outporta and 
Countriea whence Arrived 

Porta et porta aeoondairee et 
pays de depart 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretagne 


United States 
fitata-Unis 


Norway 
No^e 


Sweden 
S<i«de 


Bdgiuin 
Belgiqne 


Ves- 
seU 

Nii- 

vires 


Tons 

Beci»- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Yes- 
eels 

N^ 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr4 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sds 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr« 


Carsqoet, N.B.— 
SeaFishwiea (b) 


112 


1,981 




































Charlottetow-n, P.E.I.— 
Great Britain (a) 






4 


6,307 










British West Indies (o) 


1 
3 
1 
• 
1 
5 
2 


'■5S 

97S 

49S 

1.684 

2.882 

23 














BntiKh West Indies (6) 


















Newfoundland (a) 






1 


697 










Newfoundland (6) 














United States (a) 


3 


9,607 


6 


4,708 


1 


911 






United States ib) 

Sea Fisheries (6) 








































Total 


19 


8.n6 


3 


9,607 


U> 


11.012 


1 


911 












Chatham, N.B.— 
Great Britain (a) 


2 


6.343 
























1 
1 
2 


2,610 

286 

2.311 










Spain lb) 

United States (a) 


















1 
1 


1,909 
043 














United States ib) 
































Total 


4 


7,895 






4 


5,207 










Chemainus, B.C. — 
Japan (a) 










1 
1 


2,391 
2,494 










United States (a) 


91 
27 


11,272 
22,809 


76 
19 


33,937 
29.683 


1 


2,709 






United States (6) 




















Total 


118 


34.081 


96 


63,520 


2 


4,885 


1 


2,709 












Chester, N.S.— 
Sea Fisheries (a) 


26 


363 




































Cheticamp, N.8.— 
United States (a) 










14 


13.079 




























Chicoutimi, Que. — 

Great Britain (a) 

United States (a) 










1 


660 
















































Total 










1 


600 
















. 












Church Point, N.S.— 
United States (6) 


1 


68 




































Clark's Harbour, N.8.— 
British West Indies (a) 


1 


310 


















United States (a) 


30 


673 














8«a Fisheries (a) 


« 


84 
































Total 


7 


394 


30 


073 




, . . . 














' », *».••»• 


Clementaport. N.8.— 
United StatM. . . (b) 


8 


844 




















,, 


, 




, 


,. _ 


, 




._. . 


Dalhoosie. N.B.- 
I'nitedSUtea (a) 










1 


778 




























Diaby. N.8.- 
Oreat Britaia (a) 










1 


683 










British West IndiM (b) 


1 
12 


212 
60S 
















raited States (a) 


3 


U 





2,988 




















Total 


13 


720 


S 


24 


7 


3.070 












1^ 


sBanss 








(a) Stsaoi— Vapeora. (b) Sail— Voiliers. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



35 



I 



N° 12. — RELEvi du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d Ventree, etc. — Suite 



I 



Denmark 
Danemnrk 


France 
France 


AllemagiM 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Aatres nationality 


Total 


Ve^ 
aeb 

N»- 

▼irea 


Tone 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannace 
enre- 
Kiatr6 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistr^ 


sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
gistr4 


Ves- 
sels 

Nar 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na^ 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Flag 
Dra{>eau 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
giatr« 


Ves- 
sels 

N^- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 

gistr« 




























112 


1,081 
























































4 

1 
3 
2 
6 
12 
5 
2 


6 307 





























1 000 




























017 




























1,572 




























495 


t 


3,718 
























20,528 


























2 882 




























23 































2 


3.718 
























36 


34,624 






















































2 
1 

1 
4 
1 


5,343 




























2 610 




























286 


1 


1.314 
























5,534 


























643 






























1 


1,314 
























9 


14,416 






















































1 
170 
46 


2,391 


















1 


3,651 








64 063 
























52 392 














































1 


3.651 








217 


108 846 




















































26 


353 
























































14 


13,079 
























































1 

1 


660 


1 


1,476 
























1,476 




























1 


1,475 
























2 

1 

1 
30 

• 


3. 135 




"" 


"" 


.„ 


"" 


=„ 


"" 


"" 


"" 








68 


"" 


=.== 


"' 


"" 


rsx^ 


_— 


= =3- = 


— . 




s===s=: 


====== 


'" 


"" 


310 




























673 




























84 
























































17 

« 

1 


1.067 






= =:= 


"". 


"" 


















M4 




























778 






"*~~"~ 


— _ 












. 








1 

1 


MS 


















. 










IIS 




























S.690 





































•••-•• 










^^^^jg 


M^^Sl 





«:.uiiui:^ 








SS 


4,414 



78808—81 



36 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12.- 



-Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vesseb 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porto and Ovtiiorta and 
CountriM wlieaoa Arrived 

Porto et porto seoondairw et 
pays de depart 


Great Britoin 
Orande-Bretagne 


United States 
£tot»-UnM 


Norway 
Norvige 


Sweden 
sJdde 


Beinnin 
Belgique 


Ves- 
aeb 

vires 


Tons 
Ragt^ 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr* 


Ves- 
sels 

nI- 

vires 


Tons 

Begis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr4 


Vea- 

saU 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regia- 

tar 

enre- 
giatr6 


Ves- 

sds 

Na- 
virea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enr»- 
giatr6 


Vea- 

eels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enra- 
gistr6 


Freeport, N.8.— 
British West Indies (6) 


1 
10 


303 
336 


















L'nited SUtoa (•) 


13 


1«3 




























Total 


11 


720 


13 


103 




























Gasp6. Que — 
Great Britain (a) 


1 
1 
1 

13 
I 


2,330 

1,451 

323 

24,868 

1,341 


















British West Indies (a) 


















British West Indies fb) 


















New foundland (a) 


1 


1.440 














Spain (a) 














Spain (6) 


















tnited Stotes (a) 


2 


686 


2 


1.364 




























Totol 


10 


30.800 


3 


2,704 




























Georgetow-n P.E.I.— 
Newfoundland (b) 


3 

1 
4 


250 

1,188 

50 


















United Stotes (a) 






2 


2.300 










SeaFiaheries (b) 
































Totol 


8 


1,488 






2 


2.800 
























Glace Bay, N.S — 
Great Britoin (a) 


2 
30 


41 
1,183 


















Great Britoin (6) 




































Totol 


32 


1,224 




































Guysboro, N.S.— 










1 
1 


1.462 
730 










United Stotes {«) 










1 


1,153 




















Totol 










2 


2,201 


1 


1,153 






Haataport, N.8.— 
United Stotes (•) 


1 


888 


















United Stotes (6) 


1 


111 
































Totol 


1 


888 


1 


111 














Halifax. N.8.- 

Great Britoin (a) 

British West Indies (a) 


101 

44 

6 

106 
46 
24 
20 


661,064 
100,062 
060 
160.661 
4,176 
101,107 
74,844 


1 


2,035 


10 
16 


7,038 
15.540 


3 
34 


2,018 
36,148 










British West Indies (b) 
















13 


7.155 










Newfoundland (h) 

Belgium («) 

British India (a) 














































Cuba (a) 










2 


3,105 






Franca (a) 


















Oennaay (s^ 

Metherkada («) 

Norway (•) 

Australia (a) 


> 


i.M 


3 


10.617 


































S3 


144,083 










10 


78.246 




















1 


1.364 


1 


006 






From 8s« ~ in) 


27 
5 

27 
6 
3 


20,207 

1.418 

7,776 

042 

4,188 








. 


Ftomte ih) 

8t.Pian« (a) 

8t. Fiarrv .. (6) 




















* 


1 


4W 






















8p«n (•) 

Sweden («) 






1 


1.104 


3 
20 
13 


3,860 
146.872 
61.718 














UaitedStaUi .. ^«) 


307 

20 

1 

14 

13 

6 


736.304 
8,004 
4,110 
70,046 
75,681 
17,036 


30 
8 


36,054 
4,303 


M 


30.090 






CowmbSi (■ 


















4 


10.014 














Pam .... • («) 














Eeaador (a) 



















(s) Steam— Vapenn. (b) Sail— Voiliata. 



DOUANES—RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



37 



N" 12. — Relev£ du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers a voiles et h. 
vapeur, d^clar^ d Ventree, etc. — Suite 



I 



i 



Denmark 
Daaemark 


Fraaoe 
Franoe 


Germany 
AUemacne 


Netherlanda 
Pays-Baa 


Japan 
Japon 


Other NationaUtiee 
Autree nationality 


Total 


Vea- 
Mb 

Na- 

virea 


Tona 

Regia- 

t«r 

Tomiace 
enre- 
Siatr^ 


Vea- 
aeU 

Na- 

viree 


Tooa 

Recia- 

ter 

Taanage 
enre- 
Ciatr6 


Vee- 
aeb 

viree 


Tona 

Recia- 

ter 

Tonna^ 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Vee- 
aala 

Na- 

viroe 


Toaa 

Recia- 

t«r 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kiatr« 


Vee- 
•eb 

Na- 
viree 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr« 


Flag 
Drapeaa 


Vea- 
sek 

Na- 
virea 


Toaa 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr6 


Voa- 
sek 

virea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enra- 
gi8tr6 




























1 
33 


303 




























529 
























































34 


923 
























































14 


2,330 




























1 461 




























323 




























26 308 




























1,341 


1 


Ml 
























361 


























1,940 






























1 


261 
























23 


33.954 






















































3 

4 
4 


250 


1 


1.181 
























4.768 


























50 






























1 


1,181 
























11 


5,068 






















































8 
30 


41 




























1,183 

























































32 


1,224 




























1 
3 


1,463 




























1,891 
























































8 


8,353 


, ., „ 
















, 






































1 
1 


888 




























111 
























































3 


999 


3 


7.4M 
3.3«8 


1 


378 


1 


813 










Spain 


1 


498 


130 
0« 

5 
IK 
4« 
34 
30 

3 

8« 
27 
19 
33 
19 

8 
18 

S 
«0 

8 

• 
30 
301 
» 

3 
18 
14 

» 


684,930 


2 










163.118 


























909 










1 


1.128 
















168,944 


















Portugal.... 


1 


70 


4,346 






















191,197 




























74,844 










1 


1.139 
















8,334 






3« 


•1,506 

















91,508 






S3 


148,043 
















164,41ft 










19 


173,038 












178.088 
























144.018 




























78,349 














1 


801 












3,970 






8 


8,938 
















88.S3S 
























1,418 






31 
2 


8,s»e 

128 


1 


391 
















17,161 




















1,070 
























9.161 




























146.873 


s 


M,7W 






3 


2.ni 
















884,846 






















13,106 






1 


1,883 




















8.993 
























89.069 






















iNw 


1 


i.iw 


76.750 






















17,086 



38 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Numl>er and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porto and Outporto and 
Countries wheoce Arrived 

Porto et porto seeondaires et 
paya de depart 


Great Britain 


United States 
£tots-UBia 


Nonr«se 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Bcdcium 
Balciqua 


Vee- 
sab 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Recia- 

ter 

Toiwace 
enre- 
Kistr6 


Vas- 
eels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 

Recia- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
giBtr« 


Vea- 

sds 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
RaciB- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
CiBtr« 


Ves- 

aels 

Na- 

vires 


Tods 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enr»- 
CiatT^ 


Vea- 

sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tona 

Recia- 

ter 

Toonace 
cnra- 

Kiatr« 


Halifax, US—Concluded 
Hayti 


(s) 

(•) 

(s) 

(o) 


1 


1,194 




































Porttttal 

Sea Fuheriee 






















252 
24 


32,302 
2,161 


4 


394 














Sea Fisheries 


(6) 
































Total 


970 


2,267,532 


59 


74.016 


89 


207.453 


75 


244.535 








(•) 

(6) 






Hillshoro, N.B.- 
United Stotes 










14 


9.898 










United States 






2 


497 




























Total 






2 


497 


14 


9.898 












(a) 

(6) 

(6) 














Isaacs Harbour, N.S.— 
Sea Fisheries 


1 


10 


2i 


554 




























Joggin Mines, N.8.— 
Great Britain 


22 


873 




















1 


160 
































Total 


82 


873 


1 


160 














Kentville, N.S.— 
L'nit«d Sutes 


(6) 

(6) 

(s) 


1 


80 


















Kiacqwrt. N.8.— 
United Stotes 


2 


710 


















Ladaer, B.C - 
United Stotes 


1 


14 


1 
1 


38 
380 














United Stotes 


(b) 

(a) 
































Total. 


1 


14 


2 


418 














Ladysmith. B.C — 
United Stotes 


106 

73 


43.229 
36,037 


46 
23 


38,015 
3.273 














United Stotes 


(6) 




























Totol 


178 


79. 266 


69 


41.288 












U Have. N.S.- 
British West Indies. . . 


(«) 

(5) 

(5) 

(s) 

(*) 

::::::S! 


1 
S 
2 
1 

12 
6 

41 


33 

919 

244 

40 

5,149 

92 

4,272 


















British West Indies 


















St Pierre 


















United Htotes 


















United Stotes 


















Sea Fisheries 


















Sea Fisheries 










^ 


























Totol 


68 


10,749 




. . . l,r 














Uri».QQt- 
Great Britoin 


(s) 

(6) 

(6) 

l: 


1 


3,249 






i 


6.337 











Liverpool, N S.- 
British West Indies . . 


1 
1 
6 


316 

99 

694 




































St. FiMTB 


















Uaited States 


8 
> 

31 


43t 

i.Mi 

l.SM 


1 


N3 










Uaited Stotes ^) 


8 
39 


767 
964 










8a*Fislnriss 


:::;:;<.) 




























Totol 


to 


2,7» 


41 


3.031 


1 


M3 










(«) Staam— Vapsurs 


(6)8 


taU-Vc 


AUan. 


,i__ 

















DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



39 



N° 12. — Relev6 du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, ddclar^s d Ventree, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
Franoe 


Allemagne 


Netherlanda 
Pay»-Baa 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Aotree nationality 


Total 


Vee- 
•els 

Tine 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr« 


Vee- 

sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ve^ 
sels 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr4 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

TMinage 
enre- 
Kistr« 


Flag 
Drapeau 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr4 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Toimaga 
enre- 
gistr« 




























1 
44 

1 
300 
24 


1 194 


44 


337.823 
























237.822 
147 




















Portagal.... 
Spain 


1 
2 


147 

i.in 






48 


15.983 














49,856 
2 161 














































S3 


884,465 


127 


127,402 


28 


154,775 


20 


173, 83g 








6 


3.0«1 


1.427 


3.537.068 




























14 

2 


9.898 
497 


















































































16 


10.395 




























2« 


564 


1' "1 























































22 

1 


873 




























IBO 
























































23 


'1.033 




























1 


80 


, 


' 














' 




































3 


710 




























2 
1 


53 




























380 
























































3 


433 


















1 


4.585 








152 
90 


85.829 
























39 310 


, 












































1 


4,585 








248 


125,139 




















































1 
6 
3 
1 

13 
• 

41 


S3 




























919 




























344 




























40 




























5.149 
















^ 













93 




























4.373 
























































68 


10.748 





























S 


8.578 




























1 
1 
6 
9 
S 
70 


S16 




























99 




























594 




























1.868 




























3,009 





























3.809 






























;— • 




■::■:■ 




--:: 






• 


1 






•^1^^^ 


ili^^^: 


M 


«.Mi 



40 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Outporta and 
Countries whence Arrived 

Ports et ports secoodaires et 
pays de depart 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretacne 


United SUtes 
^Uta-Unis 


Norway 
Noi^ 


Sweden 
SuMe 


B«Wam 
Belgique 


Vee- 
seU 

vires 


Tons 

Reels- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kistr£ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sds 

Nar 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 

gistrd 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enr»- 
gistr6 


Ves- 

sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 

Regi*. 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 








I-wkeport, N.8.— 
Initvit States (a) 


1 


40 


















Initeil States (6) 


3 


152 














SeaFtaberien (6) 


16 


640 
































Total 


17 


680 


3 


152 




























Lord's Cove, N.B — 
United States (o) 


G21 


».082 


293 


3.258 




























Looisburx, N S — 

Great Britain (a) 


4 
» 
10 


12,158 

8,634 

853 
























4 


2.716 










































From Sea . (a) 


1 


31 


















St. Pierre (a) 


















Sea Fisheries (a) 


1 

16 
3 

1 


148 

407 

6.497 

96 


















Sea Fisheries .... (6) 


84 


2.123 














United States (a) 


1 


1.484 


1 


899 






United States (6) 


4 


350 






British South Africa .... (a) 




































Total .... 


45 


28.824 


88 


2,473 


6 


4,200 


1 


899 












Lower East Pnbnioo, N.S.— 
SeaFisheriee (6) 


2 


64 


27 


1.607 




























I^nenburg, N.S.— 
British West Indies (a) 


3 

22 
3 
7 
2 
13 


648 
3,996 
264 
850 
361 
1.119 


















British West Indies .(6) 




















1 


5 














































St Pierre (o) 


















United States (a) 


1 

1 


46 
601 














United States (b) 


9 

1 

1 

42 

149 


2.762 

143 

139 

1,777 

15,003 














Porto Rico (6) 














Port«|Eal (6) 

SeaFwberies (a) 


















t 


389 














Sea Fiaheriee (b) 
































Total 


252 


27,062 


9 


1,041 














MahooeBay. N.S.- 
British West Indie« (b) 

St Pierre (b) 


1 
1 
■i 


119 

99 

380 


































Sea Fish^iee (b) 




































Total 


6 


607 


















Maitkad, N.S.- 
CaitedStotee (b) 






4 


1,4S« 














MarKaretoville. N.S.— 
United Staten (a) 


1 
1 


363 
214 


















United SUtes (b) 


































Total 


2 


W7 


















Metecbaa River, N.8.— 
U^ied States (b) 


2 


■ .... a=r 

3«1 


1 


304 














MonetM. N.B.— 

British West Indies (b) 

NHhtrland* (a) 


1 


282 






















1 


1.284 










Uniud Rutes.. ............ <b) 


1 


397 


3 


917 






















Total 


3 


«70 


3 


917 


1 


1,884 




Villi" i" 'i' 


■ niii 


....^^^ 



(•) 8teMi»— Vapeors. (6) 8ai —Voiliera. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



41 



I 



N® 12. — Relev6 du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers ^voiles et k 
vapeur, d<?clar^s d Ventree, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 


France 


Qei 


-many 
magne 


Netherlands 


Japan 


Other NaUnnalitiee 


Total 


Danmnark 


France 


Alle 


Pay»-Ba8 


Japon 


Autree nationalit^s 




Vei». 
self 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Ci8tr6 


Vea- 

sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
seb 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Ri«iK- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Flag 
Drapeau 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
CiBtr« 


Ves- 
sels 

N»- 
viree 


Tooa 

R4«is- 

ter 

Toonage 
enre- 
gistr6 




























1 
3 
16 


40 




























152 




























640 
























































20 


832 
























































914 


13,340 
























































4 

13 

10 

1 

1 

2 

3 

100 

5 

S 

1 


12,158 




























11,350 




























853 






1 


2.54« 




















2,546 
























31 






2 
2 


320 

606 




















320 
























754 
























2,530 




























8,880 




























446 






















itaiy ! 


1 


3,690 


3,590 




























5 


3.472 
















1 


3.590 


145 


43,458 


^.„ 














































29 


1,671 








. 


. . . 














































3 
22 

4 
8 
2 

15 
1 

10 
1 
1 

48 
149 


648 




























3,996 




























269 


1 


113 
























963 


























361 






2 


118 




















1.237 
























46 




























3.363 




























143 




























139 




























2,166 




























15,003 






























1 


113 


2 


118 




















2«4 


28.334 


















































1 
1 
4 


119 




























99 




























389 
























































6 


607 





























4 


1,4U 




























1 

1 


MS 




























S14 
























































2 


M7 




























S 


M5 




























1 
1 
4 


W 




























1.3S4 




























l.SU 

























































6 


S.8W 


" " 1 






■" ' 


'■ '•' 


— — — — 


' 1 


' ' ' 


■■ ' ' 


~ " '"" 


' 






' 





42 



CUSTOM SSI I iri'lMi UEI'ORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and .Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards /rom Sea, etc. — Continued 





— 1 




ritwn 




















Great B 
Grande-B 


United States 
£tatfr-Unis 


Norway 
NoJ^ 


Sweden 
Su«de 


Belgium 
Belgique 


Countries whmce Arrived 

Ports et porta aeoondaires et 
pays de depart 




Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 

R««is- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Vee- 

seU 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gietr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

nI- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
en re- 
gistry 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr* 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

T<mnag» 
enre- 
gistr* 


Montague, P.E.I.— 
Newfoundland (6) 


7 


438 




































Montreal , Que.— 
Great Britain (o) 


410 

34 

5 

48 

30 

16 

3 
6 

15 
4 

7 

22 


2,011,277 

67.430 
17,907 
60,579 
97.799 

42.687 

5,281 
26,247 

49.516 
13.975 






31 
5 


64,979 
7,551 


1 


1,255 






British West Indies ( 


0) 

a) 










Dutch West Indies ( 














Newfoundhmd (a) 






11 
1 


11,364 
2.019 










Belgium (o) 










1 


3 071 


Argentina (o) 










Cuba (a) 






3 
9 

18 


4,181 
24.061 

49,923 










France (o) 














Germany («) 














Venecu^ (a) 














Netherlands (o) 




22.544 






16 

1 
10 


44.992 

3.267 
24.762 










Italy (o) 


63.982 














Norway fa) 


















Mexico («) 


2 


5.623 


2 


9,369 










Chile \ 


a) 






2 
2 


6.843 
2.736 










San Domingo ( 


1 
2 
10 




1.584 

3.834 

36.616 














Gibraltar (a) 














Auatraha («) 


















New Zealand ( 


e) 


23.558 


















Spain ( 






















Denmark U) 












3 

1 
12 


2.122 
2,648 
23,500 










> Sweden (a) 




















United States (a) 


28 




63,143 


31 
68 
22 


49,536 
84,241 
102.298 


2 


3,708 






United States lb) 

Colombia (a) 






11 




63.497 














Peru (a) 


56.602 
9.359 
2.461 

17.484 
2,829 














Irish Free State (a) 


















Portugal (a) 


















French Africa (a) 


















EfOrpt (a) 


















Greece (a) 


















British West Africa la) 


11 


40,897 
8,472 


















British South Africa (a) 


















British Honduras (a) 










1 


1.273 
























Total 


7oe 


3,810,188 


113 


245,444 


125 


2«4,««8 


4 


6,33« 


1 


8,071 






Mooee Factory. Ont.— 
Great Britain (•) 


1 


1,487 




































Kutray Harbour, P.E.I.— 
Sea Fiaberiw (6) 


« 


100 




































Naaaimo, B.C.— 
Great Britain (a) 


2 


6.864 


















China fa) 


















Japan (a) 






612 
69 
29 


89.714 

22,249 

870 














United Staten. . (a) 


27 
S 

8 


10.191 

2.489 

172 


1 


2,610 










I)Blt«d States. . (b) 










8m FisiMries. . . . ''a) 




























Total 


40 


IB.IAA 


710 


lU.SSS 


1 


s,eio 
















.^.■-.■.-^ 






ssssaas:^ 



(s) Steam— Vapeurs. 0) Sail— VoUian. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



43 



N° 12. — Releve du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d Ventrie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 


Germany 


Netherlanda 
Paya-Baa 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalitiee 
Autres nationality 


ToUl 


Vtth 
aela 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
eore- 
giatr^ 


Vefr 
seia 

viree 


Tona 

Regi^ 

tw 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Vee- 
aela 

viree 


Tons 

Recia- 

ter 

Tooni«e 
enre- 
giatr^ 


Ves- 
sela 

Ni- 

viree 


Tona 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr6 


Vee- 
aels 

virea 


Tona 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnact 
enre- 
giatr^ 


Flag 
Drapeaa 


Vea- 
aela 

Na- 

viree 


Tom 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr^ 


Vee- 
aela 

viree 


Tona 

Regi*- 

ter 

Toonaca 

giati« 




























1 


438 






























13 


18,258 
11.31& 


9 


24,386 


1 
1 


2,298 
1,859 


24 


54,785 






(Italy 

Spain 

[Greece 


6 
3 
5 


15,090 
10,035 
12.063 


\ 
511 

46 

S 

61 

1" 

7 
I 21 

44 

4 
77 

46 

10 
7 
2 
3 

5 

10 

7 

> : 

2 
122 
58 
88 

9 
3 

8 

8 

It 
1 

1 


2.204.426 









88.155 






















17 907 






1 


2,819 






1 
4 


3,789 
9,064 












77 651 






1 


2,960 






/Italy 

Greece 

/Finland.... 

Portu^... 

Italy 

Italy 

/Italy 

1 Greece 

[Jugo Slavia 

Greece 

Utaly 


4 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
5 


16,423 
3,677 
2,889 
2.986 
3,310 
3,109 

13,907 
2,313 
3,469 
3.176 

17.881 


135.033 
57 378 


1 


2.307 


1 


3,199 




















12 571 






1 


2,546 














69.094 
134.114 






1 


3,669 


3 


6,480 


















13,975 






1 


3,239 






35 


96,510 






[Greece 

{Jugoslavia 

Italy 

(Spain 

1 Jugoslavia 

Greece 

lltaly 


3 
4 

11 
3 

1 
2 
17 


9.812 
14.067 
38.075 
10.129 
3.783 
6,383 
60,976 


229.239 














148.520 






















24.762 


1 


1.547 


















Menoo 


2 


6,474 


23,013 




















6,843 




























4.320 






















[Spain 

Greece 

(Italy 


1 
1 
I 


3,478 
3,437 
3,538 


14.277 






















36.616 




























23,558 






















/Spain 

lltaly 


3 

4 


7.143 
16.252 


23.395 


2 


3.670 

1,475 

17.324 


















5.792 


1 
























4.123 


11 


1 


2,561 


1 


3.«ao 


3 


4,088 


4 


18, 139 


Italy 


30 


103.631 


288.540 
84,241 




























165,788 




























56.603 




























9,359 






















/Italy 

Greece 

taly 

Italy 

Greece. ... 
Greece 

lit*iy 


2 
1 
7 
1 
1 
3 
1 


6.528 

2.103 

25.933 

3.668 

8.780 
4.687 
8.438 


11,083 






















43,417 






















8.373 






















8,138 






















40,887 




























8,473 




























l,37i 






























U 


SS.SM 


14 


88,750 


S 


13.746 


69 


173,686 


4 


18,139 




132 


446.688 


1.304 


4,076.747 




























1 


1.487 




























• 


in 




1 ■ 
























1 

1 

1 

•41 

78 

87 


8.SM 


















1 
1 
1 


8.811 
S.8SI 








3,188 
























3,311 
























106,898 
























34,818 




























ft«3 


















S 


t.tn 








7M 


IM.Ml 








~ 


^•=^ 


""""■""■ 




' ■■■ ™"l 


■'■ ' '■" ■■ 




■~-^~— ~"^~~' 


— '^^ 


1 


1 






44 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porto and Outporta and 
Countries whence Arrived 

Ports et ports aeoondaires et 
pays de depart 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretagne 


United SUtee 
£tats-Unia 


Norway 
NorT*ge 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belgittm 
Belglque 


Ves- 
■els 

Na- 

viree 


Tods 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 

seU 

N^ 
vires 


Toos 
Regis- 
ter 

eore- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
ads 

nL 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sel. 

Nar 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Toonace 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Newcastle, N.B.— 
Great Britain (a) 


2 


6,570 


















NeM'f oundland (o) 






1 
1 


1,854 
588 










United States (a) 




































Total 


2 


0,670 






2 


2,442 
























New WMtminster, B.C.— 
Great Britain (a) 



3 

10 
32 

1 


36,858 
9,340 
35,466 
60,636 
23 


1 


3,547 


1 
1 
3 
13 


2,307 

3,284 

8,421 

34.749 










China (o) 










Japan (a) 


1 
44 


3,450 
118,000 










United States (a) 


6 


13,740 






United States (6) 

Arf^tiitS («) 










1 
1 


2.485 
2.957 










Pnnsinn (a) 


1 


2,826 




























Total 


56 


135.149 


46 


125,003 


20 


54.183 


5 


13.740 












North Head, N.B.— 
United States (a) 


248 
1 


28,855 
397 


61 


005 














United States (b) 
































Total 


240 


29,252 


61 


005 




























North Sydney, N.8.— 
Great Britain (o) 


7 

2 

197 

276 


10.931 
6,346 
213,868 
24,177 
2,713 


















British West Indies (o) 


















Newfoundland (•) 


2 

1 


S8 

76 


22 


17.792 










Newfoundland (6) 










Belgium (•) 














France («j 

Ofirmany ..,.., . («) 






































St. Pierre (o) 


99 
J 


2,100 

3.011 

280 

354 


















St. nerre lb) 


















Sp«n (a) 


















Spain i6) 


















Sweden (a) 






1 
3 


807 
2.802 










United States '. . (o) 




1,904 














United States \b) 


2 


101 












94 


3,152 

180 

2.997 


1 


2,889 










Sea^heries la) 

Sea fisheries (6) 














1 


30 




























Total 


030 


272,089 





234 


27 


24.290 




















OesM Falls, B.C.— 
Uaited SUtse (•) 






3 


5,270 














New Zealand (s) 


1 


3.S35 














SeaFisberies (a) 


1 


61 
































Total 


I 


3,825 


4 


5,327 




























Pamboro, N.8.— 
Great Britain (a) 


1 

1 

39 


1,309 

353 

8,013 






1 
11 


904 
10.087 












1 
14 


00 

3,045 










United Sutes (6) 














* 










Total 


41 


9,705 


15 


3,711 


12 


11.001 




















Paapebiac,Qae.— 
United States (a) 






3 


4.788 




























. _ 




PicUw, N.8.- 
Grsat BritJUfl (a) 


I 


l.ttS 






1 
8 


1.009 
1,841 










NewfooBdlaad (a) 


















1 


037 










St. Pierre (b) 


2 


100 














Uaited StAtee (a) 


8 


SOO 
































Tot*l 


3 


1.504 


4 


1,317 

:' . 


3 


3.450 






:•:••: 


!-llll'^- 



(a) 8team-Vap«n. (6) Sall-VoiUws. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



45 



N" 12. 



-Relev£ du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^ d Ventree, etc. — Suite 



D«BiDark 
DaiMmaxk 


Fraaoa 

France 


Allemacaa 


NetberUada 
Paya-Baa 


Japan 
Japan 


Other Nationalitiee 
Autrea nationality 


Total 


Vea- 
•eU 

viraa 


Tons 

t«r 

Tomiace 
enre- 
liatr* 


v«. 

ada 

^^ 
viree 


Tons 
Becia- 

Townee 
enre- 
Ciatr« 


Vea- 
aek 

Nik- 
Tires 


Tons 

Recia- 

ter 

ToonacB 
enr»- 
Kiati« 


Vee- 
sela 

Ni. 

viree 


Tons 

Rcvia- 

t«r 

Tonaace 
eare- 
Ki8tr« 


Vee- 
aela 

N^ 

vires 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Toonace 
enre- 
gistr« 


Flag 
Drapeaa 


Vee- 

aeia 

Na. 

viree 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Toanace 
enre- 
gi«to« 


Vee- 
sda 

n]1- 

viree 


Tons 

Regia- 

t«r 

Tannage 
enre- 
giatrt 




























2 
1 
1 


6,570 

1,854 

588 












































































































4 


9,012 




























1 


2.394 


















Italy 


1 


3.S41 


13 
4 
44 

107 
1 
1 

2 


38,347 

12,604 

150,096 

272,544 

23 




















X 


6.331 
13,001 














28 
6 


105,428 
22,248 








4 






1 


2,958 






Italy 


2 


7,140 







































2,485 
5 783 

























































7 


21,72« 






1 


2,058 






34 


127,678 




3 


10,381 


172 


490,882 








































309 

1 


29,520 
307 


















































































310 


20 017 
























































7 

2 

S21 

277 

1 

2 

1 

96 

40 

1 

1 

1 

7 

2 

% 

112 

96 


10,981 
6,346 






















































231.696 






















SpMB 


1 


U7 


34 379 




::::::!! 


















2 713 






t 


S.7» 




















2 729 


















Itahr 

^ttn 

Spain 


1 
1 
1 


S.755 
450 

217 


3,755 







88 


18.006 














20,618 


















3,228 






















280 




























354 




























807 




























4,766 




























101 




























6,041 






108 


29,570 














Spain 


S 


1.400 


31.106 


















3,017 


































IW 


50,307 
















7 


6.949 


868 


8S3.869 


















^^ 






























3 

1 
1 


6.276 




























3.636 




























•1 






























' 


























i 


t.ia 












. . 




' 












2 

U 
63 


2.3tt 




























11,066 




























11.668 
























































-J? 


i6.on 




























8 


4.7M 




























9 
1 
1 
S 

8 


1.014 




























1,841 




























617 




























166 




























690 
























































to 


6,261 






:^KB9^ 




"■•■^ 




^^^ 










1 


' 1 





46 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Outporta and 
Countriea wnence Arrived 

Porta et porta aeoondairea et 
pays de depart 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretagne 


United SUtas 
£ut»-Unis 


Norway 
Norveta 


Sweden 
Sudde 


Belgium 
Bei^qoe 


Vee- 
sela 

N^ 
vires 


Tons 

Reci*- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

N^ 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

N^ 
vires 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
en re- 
gistry 


Vee- 

sels 

N^ 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr6 


Ves- 
sels 

N^ 

vires 


Toos 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatri 


Pointe an Pie. Ot»— 


..(a) 
..(«) 










1 


671 




























Port Alherni. B.C — 


1 

1 
5 
3 


3.208 

2,ggi 

11,807 
12 










2 


8.724 












2 


5,878 






United Statea 


11 

1 


22.458 
26 










Sea Fiaberiea 




























Total 


10 


18.018 


12 


22.484 


2 


5.878 


2 


6,724 








..(a) 
..(«) 

..(s) 






Port Alfred. Que — 


3 


7.088 






3 
2 


4,451 
4.521 










































Italy 










1 
8 
2 


2,227 
18.485 
2,343 










I'nited States 


12 


12,402 


1 


1,896 






































Egypt 










































Total 


15 


10,490 


1 


1.596 


13 


32,027 










Port Elgin. N.B.— 
From Sea 


..(6) 
..(b) 


1 


10 


















St. Pierre 








































Total 


1 


10 


















Port George, N.S.— 
United States 


..(6) 
..(s) 
..(6) 
..{») 
■ ■ib) 
..(a) 
..(b) 










1 


498 










Port Hastings, N.S.— 
I nited States 






1 


2a3 














Port Hawkeebury, N.S.— 


10 


731 


















St Pierre 






1 


773 










St Pierre 


5 


400 














United Statea 


4 


981 


1 


1,039 












2 
38 
4 


1,286 

\ 8,072 

175 










Ses Fisheries 


















Sea Fisheries 




































Total 


M 


7,664 


4 


961 


2 


1,802 










Port Mulgrave, N.8.— 
United SUt«a , 


..(b) 
..(f>) 


1 


483 


1 


1,387 












- 


Port Wade. N.8.- 
United SUtea 


6 


381 


















Part Willianas, N.8.- 
United SUtea 










1 


933 










Powell River, B.C.— 
Unitod Statea 






92 


118.990 


3 


7,930 










Australia 


11 
3 

2 


43,337 
7.080 
7,391 


























Fiji IsIaadA 


















Umguay 

Argentina 






1 
1 
1 


S.8S7 
3.768 
3,488 














1 


8.818 








































Total 


18 


86,678 


93 


133.806 


6 


18.497 










(•) StMun— Vapaura. 


(6) 


SiUl-i 


VoUim. 



















DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



47 



N" 12. — Relev6 du nombre et du tonnage des long-coumers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^^clar^s d Ventrie, etc. — Suite 



I 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 


AUenoagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autree nationalitis 


Total 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 


Tons 

ter 

Tonnngf* 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnafge 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr4 


Ves- 

seU 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Flag 
Drapeau 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr« 


Ves- 
sds 

N^- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 


viree 


enre- 
Cistr^ 


enre- 
gistr6 




























1 


671 




























3 
11 
17 

4 


8.932 


1 


3.636 
2.676 














7 


34,629 








37.034 


1 




















36.940 


























38 






























2 


6.311 














7 


24.529 








35 


82.944 




























6 
2 

1 
1 
20 
2 
1 
1 


11,639 




























4.521 






















Italy 


1 


2,673 


2.673 






















2.227 


3 


3.567 
























36.040 


























2,343 














1 


3,517 












3.517 














n 


Italy 


1 


2,673 


2,673 
























2 


3,557 










1 


3,517 









2 


6,346 


34 


65.633 




























1 
2 


10 






2 


48 




















48 






2 


48 




















S 


58 




























1 


498 




























1 


303 




























10 
I 
6 
6 
2 

36 
4 


731 




























778 




























400 




























1,980 




























1,386 




























6,073 




























178 






























62 


10.417 




























3 


i.m 




























> 


Ml 




























1 


983 


















1 


4,474 








M 
11 
3 
3 

1 
3 
1 


I31.S84 
























43.837 




























7.080 




























7.361 


























. . . . t •« . 


3.8r 




























6.381 




























3,485 




















I 


4.474 


...... .^..... 


i^tJ^ 





lU 


118. lU 



48 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Sta 1 iMKM uf tilt' .\uiii1mi and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards frojn Sea, etc. — Continued 



Ports and Outporta and 
CountriM woeooe Arrived 

Porta et porta aeooodairea e( 
payade depart 


Great Britain 
Grandfr-Bretagne 


United SUtes 
£ut8-Uni8 


Norway 
Norvige 


Sweden 
Soide 


Belgium 
Belgique 


Vee- 
aela 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 

Recia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Vea- 
aels 

vires 


Tona 

Regia- 

tor 

Tonnage 
«ire- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi^tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 

gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

N^ 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrfi 


Prince Rupert, B.C.— 
Great Britain (a) 


12 
136 

1 

4 

1,007 

1,160 


37,859 
141,256 
3,244 
13,184 
10,220 


















United States (o) 


213 


44,740 






2 


7,279 
















Japan (a) 

Sea Fiahoiea . (a) 


















880 


24,414 




























Total 


205,763 


1.093 


69,154 






2 


7.279 
















Pugwash, N.S.— 


1 


1.459 
























1 
1 


727 
600 










United States (a) 




































Total 


1 


1.459 






2 


1,327 
























Quataino, B.C.— 

Chile (a) 










1 


2,391 










J;t():in (a) 


1 
17 


2,999 
13.190 














4 


14,004 




























Total 


18 


16,189 


4 


14,004 


1 


2,391 




















Quebec, Que.— 


218 

19 

37 

39 

1 

8 


1,650,200 
36,668 
47,781 
215,793 
3,927 
95,701 


1 


230 


3 


4,060 










British West Indies (a) 










Newfoundland (o) 

Belgium (o) 






















1 

1 
7 
10 


3.533 

2,585 

19,645 

28,275 






















Germany (a) 


























Italy (a) 

Spain. (tt) 

United States (a) 

Argentina (a) 


1 


3,218 






























4 
2 

2 

1 
3 


8,287 
5,082 

7,655 
2,711 
12,609 


23 


53,903 


4 


6,036 




















































Dutch West Indies (a) 


















Portugal (a) 

Ruasia (a) 




























































Total 


335 


1,089,632 


24 


54,133 


26 


64,124 











Ri.hihucU,, N.B.— 










1 
2 


707 
1,813 










United Statea (a) 


















United Statea (6) 






1 


629 


























Total 






1 


629 


3 


2,520 










Rimooaki, Que.— 
Great Britain (a) 


SO 
2 


68,908 
3,246 


1 
13 


1.229 
15,201 


1 


1,357 


1 


1,018 






United Statea (a) 




















ToUl 


52 


61,154 


14 


16,430 


1 


1.357 


1 


1.018 






Rivarport, N.S.— 
Bti&St Weat Indies (b) 


4 

2 

32 


782 

98 

3,343 


































SwFiaiwriea' (6) 


































ToUl 


38 


4,933 




■ ■ 














8t Kadnw, N.B.— 
UaitcdStetes («) 


SM 


rr,902 


610 


8.117 















(a) SteuB— Vapwm. (b) SaU— VoUiara. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



49 



I 



N° 12. — Uelevj^ du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar<5s d Ventree, etc. — Suite 



I 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 


Allenugne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autres nationality 


Total 


V«fr 

Mis 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

1^ 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gjstri 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Flag 
Drapeau 


Ves- 
sels 

N^- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistri 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 




























12 
351 

1 

8 

1.887 


37 859 




























193 275 




























3 244 


















4 


17.956 








31 140 
























34 634 














































4 


17.956 








2.259 


300.152 




























1 
2 
1 


1.459 
1,528 

no 














1 


801 




























































WW 














1 


801 












4 


S.587 




























1 

7 

22 


2.391 
25.678 
30.435 


















6 


22.677 
























Italy 


1 


3,241 






































6 


22,677 




1 


3,241 


30 


58.502 


2 


3,574 










1 


2.172 






Jttgo Slavi». 


1 


3.783 


226 

19 

37 

41 

2 

16 

17 

4 

1 

40 

} ' 

2 
1 
4 
1 
2 


1.563.009 
36 668 










































47 781 






















Italy 


1 


5,976 


225 303 






















6.513 
119.506 
55.436 
13 982 






















Rusxia 

Italy 

Italy 

Italy 

Italy 

/Italy...... 

\ Portugal... 


1 
3 
3 
1 
3 
1 
1 


4.160 
15.921 
10.764 
3.640 
9.448 
3.310 
2,986 














4 


11,240 










































3 640 


3 


9.130 






1 


2.S60 


1 


2.987 


1 


4,293 


97.044 
11 378 




























7 655 




























2,711 


1 


8.587 
























16 196 




















lUly 

Russia 


1 
2 


3.384 

8,330 


3,384 






















8,S30 
























6 


15.201 


« 


► 


1 


2.«W 


« 


16.399 


1 


4,293 




18 


71.692 


417 


2,218.534 




























1 
3 

1 


707 




























1.813 




























639 
























































4 


8. 149 




























a 

15 


tt.SlS 




























17,447 


















* • 






































68 


79,Nt 




























4 

3 

IS 


783 




























99 




























S.MI 
























































n 


4.IB 




1 


























— '— m 


























1.4W 


46.019 



73808—4 



50 



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No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards /row Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Outports and 
Coontriea whence Arrived 

Ports et ports Mcoodaires et 
pays de deport 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretacne 


United Sutee 
£tate-Unis 


Norway 
NorvAce 


Sweden 
sJide 


Beldam 
Beigique 


Ves- 
sek 

Ni- 
vires 


Tons 
Resis- 
tor 

Tonnace 
enre- 
fistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

N^ 
vires 


Tons 
Recis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enro- 
Kistr« 


Vee- 
sds 

N^- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tcnnage 
enre- 
cistrA 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


St. Geone. N.B.— 
United States 


(a) 11 
(6) 


134 


32 
1 


651 
258 














United States 
































Total 


11 


134 


33 


909 






























St. John, N.B.— 
Great Britain 


(a) 102 
:«) 30 
1>) 2 

:«) 6 

(6) 1 

SI " 


529,222 

79,065 

811 

7.111 

435 

45.802 






6 
16 


6.860 
14,453 


1 
9 


880 
10,161 






British West Indies 










British West Indies 
















6 


3,685 










































Cuba 










1 


1.347 








(«) 4 
s) 11 

:•) 1 

a) 1 

(«) 


19,261 

39,074 

3,037 

1.299 






2 
11 
4 


5,569 
30,669 
11,986 


































lUly 




















4 

2 

1 

34 


9,366 

1,678 

616 

39.705 












(o) 




2 


2,572 


1 


911 






St. Piearre ~ 


(a) 




1 


547 


United States 


(o) 208 

m 74 
s) 2 

(s) 


59,035 

35,345 
2,773 


286 
66 


209.126 
21,970 


3 


2,704 




I'nited States 








2 
2 


5.142 
1,619 

























British South Africa 


(a) :::::: 




1 


4,096 






















ToUl 


453 


822,861 


355 


237,764 


89 


131,248 


15 


16,003 


1 


547 








St. Peters, N.S.— 


fs) 








1 
1 
3 


1,136 
1,029 
2,411 










St. Pierre 


(•),.:.:: 
















United States 


(«) 


































Total 










6 


4.676 




























St. Stephen. N.B.— 

United States 


[«) 8 
[b) 1 


152 
483 


? 


77 
3.643 














United States 




























ToUl 





635 


10 


3.720 








• 






















Salmon River. N.S.— 
St. Pierre ... 


6) 1 
6) 3 


73 
459 


















United States 




































Total 


4 


532 






































8«idy Point. N.8.- 
British West Indies 


b) 2 
6) 1 
6) 4 
b) 1 


647 

100 

1.334 

32 


















New(o«adland 


1 
32 
68 


81 
2.061 
3.660 














United States 














Sea Fisheries 




























Total 


8 


2.018 


91 


5,811 






























Sheet Harbour. N.S.- 
United States ... ... 


•) 








7 


6,214 


























. 


Sbelbarae. N.S.- 
British West Indies 


[6) 1 

b) 1 
•) .... 


274 

in 

61 




































Newfoundland 


















St. Pierre 




















6 I 

b) I 


218 

n 


28 

41 


1,101 
9.6S8 














Sea Fisbsriss 




























Total 


7 


766 


60 


4.4S6 








— -•••; 


i^'" 





(•) StMun-VaiMars. (6) Sail— VoiUers. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



51 



N" 12. — Releve du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, declares d I'entrie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 


Franoe 
Franoe 


AtlATn«|[na 


Netherlanda 
Pays-Baa 


Japan 
Japoa 


Other NaUonalitiea 
Aatres nationality 


Total 


Vea. 
Mia 

viree 


Tom 

Recia- 

ter 

TonaacB 
enra- 
Siatr€ 


Vea- 
eda 

N»- 
Tirea 


Tons 

Recia- 

t«r 

Toanace 
enre- 
gi8tr« 


Voe- 
aeU 

virea 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Toanage 
anre- 
Kiatr« 


Vee- 
■ela 

viree 


Tana 

Recia- 

t«r 

eora- 
giati« 


Vea- 
•eia 

virea 


Tons 

Rede- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistr« 


Flas 
Drapeau 


Vea- 
s^ 

Nap 

virea 


Tana 

Recia- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 


Vea- 
•da 

Na- 

virea 


Tona 

Recia- 

ter 

TonnacB 
enr»- 
Kistr« 




Ciatr« 




























43 

1 


785 




























258 
























































44 


1 043 






























1 


724 
1.041 






1 
1 


813 
1.225 
















111 

50 

2 

12 

1 

11 
2 

24 
10 

4 

2 
\ 502 

140 

4 
3 

} ' 


538 400 


I 




















100.535 






















811 




























10.000 




























435 




























45,802 


1 


1,172 
























2,510 


























24 830 






















Italy 

Italy 

Italy 


2 
3 
5 


7,i08 
10.015 
17,577 


70 851 














2 


7.023 






32.001 


















18,870 






















300 


3 


3.708 










1 


1.220 












10 155 






















1 103 


ie 


24.300 


2 


5,002 


2 


2.182 










\Greece 


10 

1 


31.840 
1.041 


370,631 












57 315 




























7,015 
2,735 


1 


1.110 










































/Italy 

iGroece 


1 
1 


4,300 
3,437 


11 733 
























33 


32.817 


2 


5.002 


4 


4.220 


3 


8.240 








23 


70.727 


008 


1,335,528 






































1 
1 
3 


1,130 




























1.020 




























3,411 
























































5 


4,570 
























































11 
8 


33« 




























4.120 
























































10 


4,355 




























1 
3 


7X 




























469 
























































4 


m 




























3 

3 
M 

S0 


M7 




























181 




























S.tOft 




























•,T01 
























































90 


7,IM 










1 


814 










Peni 


1 


i.m 


% 


•.m 




























St 
43 


m 




























131 




























01 






1 


536 




















tSft 
























8,010 




























3.737 


































1 


tu 





1 

















n 


8.737 






i^^^B 




1 


1 ■III HI ■ 




1 " 


I"'" ■! 












_^___ 



73808-4) 



52 



CUSTOMS—SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Outports and 
Countries whcnoe Arrived 

pttyade depart 




Great Britain 
Grande-Bretagne 


United Stetes 
£tats-Unia 


Norway 
Norv^ 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belgium 
Belgiqus 


Ves- 
seb 

Ni- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 

gi8tr6 


Vee- 
aela 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tooa 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
en re- 
gistry 


Ves- 
seU 

Ni- 

vires 


Tods 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Sherbrooke, N.S.— 


i 












1,481 

909 

6.882 










St Pierre . . . . ( 










2 
2 


i,798 
2,051 






United States 














United States 


3 


1.186 




























Total 


3 


1,186 








9.272 


4 


8,849 








b) 

8 










Shippegan, N.B.— 

Spain 

Portugal... 










































33 


332 




































Total 


23 


332 




















«) 
b) 


















Sidney. B.C.- 
Chile . ... 






2 

451 

8 


6.908 

133,879 

3,383 














United States 


65 
6 


13,472 
791 














United States 




























Total 


61 


14,263 


461 


144,170 
















•) 
«) 
a) 
[•) 












* 


Sorel, Que.— 






















Germany 

Sweden 


1 


3,015 






















1 
4 


2.895 
14.141 










Chile 





































Total 


1 


8,015 






5 


16.636 












6) 
6) 
b) 

lb) 














SouriK, P.E.I.- 


2 
6 


143 
474 


















St Pierre 


















Spain 

Uaited States 






















1 


1.431 


1 


1.123 










Sea fisheries 


1 


47 




' 
























Total 





664 


1 


1,431 


1 


1,123 












«) 










8tm<rmUm, BXJ.— 
Uaited States 


3S 
2 


2,402 
460 


45 


1,107 














United States 
































Total 


41 


2,871 


45 


1,197 
















•) 

•) 
lb) 














St«wart. B.C.— 
United States 


65 


40,044 


4 


5,358 


























■ 


Summerside. P.E.I.— 
St Pierre 














1 


911 






Uaited States 










4 


s.sis 






United States 


2 


062 















Total 


2 


052 






4 


8.818 


1 


911 








:! 
J! 

b) 

:| 
:i 

s) 








. . . 


Sydney. N.8.- 
(Irmt Britain 


27 

fi 

2 

57 

15 


77,600 

12,497 

554 

78.075 

1,107 






4 


10,187 










British West Indies 














British West Indies 


















Newfoundland 






68 


235.884 


3 


1.883 








1 


6S 








1 


2.238 










Germaay 

Nethcriands ., 


















' i 


9, 167 


















Norway , 






1 


10,l«l 


























St. Pi«m 






1 


406 


1 


M2 











(a) 8 anni- Vapours. (6) SaU— VoUiars. 



IX)UANES~RAPPORT l)E LA SAVIGATION 



53 



N° 12. — Releve du iiombre et du tonnage des long-courriere k voiles et a 
vapeur, d^clar^s d I'entrie, etc. — Suite 



1 


^m Oemnark 
^ Daarauurk 


France 
Franoe 


Germany 
Allemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Baa 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Aatras nationality 


Total 


1 


m 

Vas- 
sals 

Na- 

vires 


Tom 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giBtr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
en re- 
gistry 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ve*^ 
eels 

Na. 
Tires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Nii- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
«ire- 
giatrft 


Flag 
Drapeau 


Ves- 
eds 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr« 


Vee- 
•els 

N*. 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
ear»- 
gi8tr« 






























1 
3 
9 
8 


1 481 






























2,707 
8,933 
1 186 




















































































































16 


14,807 




1 
1 


317 
314 
























1 

1 

23 


817 


























814 


























332 


































2 


031 
























25 


968 
























































2 

806 

14 


6,908 

147,381 

4,174 


















































































































&22 


158,433 
















1 


2,987 












1 

1 
1 
4 


2,987 
8,015 
2,395 
14 141 































































































































1 


2.987 












7 


22,638 






























2 

7 
1 
2 

1 


143 

804 






262 


1 


30 




















1 




















863 




























2,864 

47 






























































1 


262 


1 


30 




















IS 


3.810 






















1 


i 


























84 

2 


3,599 
409 
























































































8« 


4.068 










































' 
















00 


ft«.40S 






























1 


■ 


























1 
7 
2 


911 


1 


V' 


S.210 
























8,888 


























962 


































S 


8.2» 

























10 


t.«l 


■ 


B ' ' 


1.70B 

























88 

m 

18 


88,806 


1 
























18.487 
8M 


1 


■ 


























1 


H ... 












1 


2,180 












807.881 
1,868 


1 


■ ;;:;:: 






















1 


V 


























8,» 

8,810 


w 






















lUOy 


1 


8.810 
























0,107 






























10.861 












1 


810 
















810 








• 


l.SM 
















2,894 



54 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards /rom Sea, etc. — Continued 







Great Britain 
Oraade-Bretagne 


United States 
^tats-Unis 


Norway 
Norv«fe 


Sweden 

Siiide 


Belginin 
Belgiqiie 


Countriee wheaoe Arrived 

Porta et porta seoondairea et 
pays de depart 


Vee- 
■els 

Ni- 
▼iree 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gis((« 


Ves- 
sds 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 

Regis' 

ter 

enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tods 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnaae 
enre- 
gistr« 


Sydney, N.8.— ConcWei 
Spain (a^ 










1 



050 
0.535 










tfnited States 


• 


7 


18.216 


' 












United Statea 


6 


210 










British South Africa (') 


4 

5 

1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 


10,380 

14,050 

1,830 

4,771 

5,077 

3.700 

148 

214 






























British East Africa. . .'. 


s) 

•) 
«) 
«) 


















Brasil 

Portugal 


































Gibraltar 




' 














Sea Fisheries 


21 


520 














































Total 


134 


237,480 


28 


1,213 


84 


250.008 


2 


1.822 












Three Rivers, Que.— 


s) 

•) 


32 


108,443 






8 


13.180 










Germany 

United States 














2 


6.206 






2 


6.04S 


























34 


113,738 


















Total 






10 


18.282 
























Union Bay, B.C.— 
British West Indies (■) 


1 

1 

2 


3,221 

2,731 

10,500 

440 


























• 










United States 




24 


2,580 


1 


2,967 










United States . ■ • 




























Total 


13 


22,082 


24 


2,580 


1 


2.067 





















Vancouver, B.C.— 


ffi 


121 


414,400 






3 


11.080 
























Brasil \»S 







1 


3,510 


1 
10 

1 


2.486 

41,023 

3,204 










Belgium («) 


8 
3 
3 
3 


24,544 
11,083 
0,267 
10,076 










13 
1 


54,410 
3,500 










Cuba...'. (e) 






















Glermany («) 


4 


12,156 


3 


10,371 










18 

7 


00,244 
22,108 


1 


t.616 






Italy («) 

Norway (e) 

Trinidad ... .(«^ 


















1 


4.403 




























:! 

«) 


65 

27 

20 

« 


267,083 
173,154 
103.406 
90.277 


1 
1 


6.442 
3.720 


11 


87.004 


S 
6 


8.428 
18.673 






Australia 














N«v Tiealaiid 


















Uruguay («) 

Sweden (s) 






1 


' 3.8M 


















7 


10.478 


> 




Moioo («) 


1 
1,000 

1 

14S 


520 
1.023.002 

1.100 

14,666 
7,634 

10,288 
2,061 
3,320 

14,164 
2,080 

10,070 
0,080 

12,522 
0,087 
2.270 












United Statea (a) 

Rvnoh Ooeaaia (>^ 


464 


820.000 


34 


03.824 


8 


26.444 










Fiji Islands 


a) 


















British West Indies 


•) 

a.i 






2 


6.883 










OkNnNa 
































I 


S,«U 
























Hawaii '..'.....'.'.'...'.. 










1 


8.413 
3.680 






FrflBflh AMm ...... 














Poll Mill III Afrim. 














Arsa&M 


10 


35.701 


1 
1 


8.0U 
4.871 










Pen 










SeaFisheriea 


4 
1 


in 

1.406 










Chile '.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.v.. 
































Total 




1.4M 


f.nt.iu 


m 


MS.MS 


78 


327,800 


30 


70.610 


^^B 





(■) SUun-Vapsura. (b) SoU-VoiUcn. 




N** 12.- 



I 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 55 

-Relev6 du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers 'k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d Ventrie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
Allemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Baa 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Natiooalitiee 
Autres nationality 


Total 


Vee- 

vires 


Tom 
Reen- 
ter 

Taonace 
enre- 
KiatrA 


Ves- 
Mla 

vires 


T«w 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonnace 
eore- 
giatr^ 


Vee- 
eela 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Sistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sek 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Flag 
Drapeaa 


Ves- 
sels 

N^ 
vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

I^ 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

TaaM«B 
enn- 
giatr6 




























1 

17 
5 
5 
8 
1 
2 
3 
1 
34 
2 


056 


2 


4,806 


















Italy 


2 


7,689 


37 304 




















216 






















Italy 

Italy 


1 
3 


3.310 
10.151 


13,606 






















24,201 






















1,830 




























4,771 




























6,077 




























3,700 






11 


2,419 














Spain 


1 


600 


8,596 


















214 






























3 


6.574 


17 


3,755 


1 


810 


1 


2,180 








8 


25,560 


278 


536,401 












1 


1.876 






1 

1 


3,960 
3,054 


4 


11.282 












46 

1 
12 

1 


137, 750 


















3,054 


1 


2.924 
2,786 














Italy 


7 


26,660 


30,022 


1 


















3,786 




























3 


7,586 






2 


6,014 


4 


11,282 








7 


26,660 


60 


183,512 










































1 

1 

34 

2 


3.221 




























2,731 




























22,136 




























440 
























































38 


28.528 


































1 


4,301 




















125 
6 
2 

33 

24 

5 

24 

30 

32 

24 

1 

1 

304 

37 

30 

6 

1 

7 

1 

1,573 

3 

4 
6 
3 

1 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 
18 
4 
140 
1 


420,073 


6 


27.396 




















27,306 


























6,001 










4 


14.794 


10 


49,185 












120,546 










6 


80,465 


China 


1 


3,915 


108,743 


1 


3,603 














15,450 




30 


78.300 














Italy 

Italy 


1 
2 


3,715 
6,769 


87,180 


4 


16,607 


17 


55,466 










101.368 








13 


60,893 






160,703 


















Italy 


17 


73,162 


05.880 






















4,408 






















Italy 

China 


1 

17 


3.809 
65,808 


3.SO0 


9 


29,903 
11,015 


1 


4,163 


1 


2,958 






106 

1 


467,204 
3,406 


880.383 


3 






304,876 






















163,406 




























30,377 




























3.836 




























10.478 




























530 


1 


2,675 


1 


4,164 










57 


235,957 


fCUna 

Italy 

IPanama. . . 

iowtomaia 


3 
3 

2 

1 
1 


0.830 

10.443 

1.770 

406 
865 


3.838,476 












3,i«» 






















14.656 


1 


S,43» 


















lUi9 


1 


1.341 


30,083 




















M.SM 




























3,061 




























6,036 




























14.154 




























6,101 




























13.106 




























6,0M 




























66,338 




























18,060 




























3.464 





























8,466 


16 


01.713 


38 


86.106 


33 


73.318 


U" 


110.078 


170 


737,081 




SO 


184,030 


3,357 


5,474480 



56 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 12. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Inwards from Sea, etc. — Conduded 



PortA and Outporta and 
CountriM whence Arrived 

Ports et ports seoondairea et 
pays de depart 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretagne 


United Sutee 
£tate-Uoia 


Norv^te 


Sweden 
Siidde 


Belginm 
Belgiqne 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 

Reci*- 

ter 

Tonnage 

giatr4 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

RegiB- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Cistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

Tires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
eiir»- 
giatr6 


Ves- 
seU 

Nar 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
|jstr« 


Ves- 

seia 

vires 


Taos 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr6 


\irtoria. H (' - 


(o) 
.(«) 

• («) 

(0) 

.(«) 

■ IS) 

.(a) 

.(6) 

.(0) 

.(6) 
.(6) 


36 

10 
5 

1 
16 

1 

5 
25 
26 

1 
767 

04 


130.557 

81.017 

40. 182 

3.400 

140.306 

334 

28.714 

171.602 

608 

2.127 

782.073 

10,207 


























2.206 
































S.S41 










China 


3 


20.224 












































24 
105 


201.300 
815 




2.030 


































United States 


866 
76 


1.164.881 
24,781 




11.811 










United States 










Totfll 


086 


1.411.006 


1.074 


1.412.100 




22.387 
















. _ . 


, 


Wallace. N.S. - 
United .'States . 






> 


1,100 
































Westport, N.8.— 


16 


062 


16 


206 
































Weymouth. N.8.— 


1 
2 
2 



238 

106 

1.110 

2.138 


















St Pierre 


















United States. . . , 






2 


1.124 










Vaited States 


5 


861 
























Total 


14 


3.602 


6 


861 


t 


1,134 












.(«) 
.(•) 
(a) 
■ (•) 
.(6) 

:2i 
;k! 

(h) 










White Rock, B.C - 

United States 


10 
I 


662 
710 


3 


4^ 














United States 
































Total. 


22 

2 
I 


1.327 


3 


4S 


















^, „ , ^, , , 


, 




1,^ 




Windmir. N S — 


■ 

3.030 
1.070 






1 


033 
























Germany 

I'nited States 


















78 
13 


146.070 
3.328 






6S 


67.822 


1 


on 






United Stales 


14 


12.787 




















Total 


04 


166,807 


14 


12,787 


66 


68,766 


1 


Oil 












Winnipeg. .Man — 


2 



.1.M3 
1.127 




































Wolfville, N.S.— 
United States 
































,, 




¥«a«M|h. N.8.- 
CinatBritaiB 


2 
28 
118 
16 
21 


676 

2.800 

100.006 

6.026 

1.246 




































United Htatea 


45 
45 

51 


12i.i60 
2,116 
2,728 


1 


M 




















Sen Fisheries 




























Total . 


184 


118,432 


141 


126,013 


1 


680 










York Factory. .Man. - 
Great Britain 


1 


1.487 





































(a) BteMn-Vapeur*. (b) Sail-VoiUen. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



57 



N** 12. — Relbv6 du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^ d Ventrie, etc. — Fin 



Denmark 
L Danemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
Allemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autres nationality 


Total 


sels 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
«ire- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Flag 
Drapeau 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 














1 


5,808 












36 

13 

5 

2 

22 

1 

16 

103 

131 

1 

1,679 
170 


145.363 


2 


4.02« 




















89. 139 


























40, 182 




























8.741 


















3 


15,486 








176. 105 
























334 














11 


M,187 












82.901 


1 


3,694 










52 


240.483 








619.207 






















1,323 




























2,127 






1 


2.899 










39 


190,871 


L'ndocu- 
mented . . . 


2 


2,568 
















2,155,993 
44.078 






























3 


7.820 


1 


2.889 






12 


59.905 


94 


446.840 




2 


2.568 


2.179 


3,365.495 


































1 


1.109 
























































32 


1,157 
























































1 
2 
5 


238 




























106 


1 


637 
























2,871 


























14 


2.909 






























1 


637 
























22 


6,214 






















































22 
3 


704 




























710 
























































25 

3 
2 


1.414 




















=a n 




























4.872 


1 


637 
























2,007 








1 
1 


1.091 
1,091 
















1 
148 
27 


1.091 


3 


2.»77 




















208.871 






















16.115 


4 


3.614 






2 


3.182 
















181 


33S.SM 


























3 


1,843 




























• 


1.U7 














==^ 














3 
28 
164 
60 

73 


678 





























8.890 




























8W.9I4 




























7.141 




























3.974 


















































■ 






S3« 


MS. 184 


























, 


1 


4,187 










1 



















58 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 13. — Summary Statement of the Nationality of Sea-going Vessels entered 
Inwards from Sea from each Country 





Coontriea from which 
airived 

Pays de depart 


Great Britain 
Grande-BreUgnc 


United SUtes 
£uta-Unia 


Norway 
Norrite 


Sweden 
S«^ 


Belgium 
Bdgiqaa 


No. 


Vea- 

ads 

N^ 

vires 


Tons 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Vee- 
sela 

Na- 
virea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistri 


Vea- 

aehi 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr« 


Vea- 

seU 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Vea- 

sels 

Ni- 
virea 


Tom 
Racia- 

ter 

Tonnaga 
enre- 
giatr« 


1 


Great Britain 


1,219 

79 
1 


11 


5,093,361 

419,926 
1,830 
17,522 

40,897 


4 

1 


7,941 

3,729 


83 
1 


134,658 
2,290 


9 
5 


13,149 
13,572 






3 


Australia 


. 




8 


BriUsh East Afriea 






4 


British South Africa 


1 


4,090 














5 


British West Africa 














ft 


British Honduras 










1 


1,273 






7 


British India 


20 

196 

6 

3 

20 

3 

2 

910 

21 


74,844 

330,203 

21,816 

7,543 

162,408 
9,359 
7,534 

650,990 

94,622 














8 


British West Indies 






36 


87,544 


43 


46,309 






« 


Fiji Islands 










10 


Gibraltar 


















11 


Hong Kong 


















12 


Irish Free State 


















13 


Jamaica 






2 
138 


5,882 
287,921 










14 


Newfoundland 


9 


2,464 


2 


1,822 






IS 


NewZeahuid 






lA 


Trinidad 


















17 


Argentina 


81 


80,712 


11 


39,307 


8 


21,296 










18 


Asores and Madeira 










19 


Belgium 


ii4 

2 
1 


581,248 

4.771 
2,951 






13 
2 


51,916 
4,970 






1 


3,071 


20 


Brasil 


1 


3,516 






21 


Canary Islands 










22 


Chile 


2 
16 
26 


6,906 
74,040 
121,312 


8 
3 


20,840 
6,528 










23 


China 


22 

27 

1 

« 


161,418 

143,830 

2,127 

14,538 










24 


Colombia 










2ft 


Coete Rica 














2« 


Cuba 


1 


3,500 


3 
3 
2 


4,181 
2,122 
2,343 


8 


3,463 






37 


Denmark 






28 


Dutch Guiana 


















29 


Dutch West Indies 


8 
6 
5 

14 

10 

1 

37 


30,616 
17,030 
10,983 

59,510 

31,704 
1,199 

192,501 














.10 


Ecuador 


















31 


Egypt 


















32 


France 






13 


34,458 










83 


French Africa 






1 


2,530 






84 


French Oceania 














U 




7 


22,672 


39 


110,606 










88 


Gr«0M 










37 


Hawan 


2 

1 


5,378 
1,194 










1 


8.413 






88 


Hayti 














39 


Honduras 








3 

3 
18 


1,619 

6,494 
57,233 










40 


Italy 


31 

97 

5 

148 

84 


90,667 

496.746 
9.188 
19,759 

159,706 














41 


Japan 


36 
2 

8 


210,291 
9,309 
1,164 


3 


8,438 






43 


Mesioo 






48 
44 


Miqoeion and St. Pierre 

Netheriaada 


7 

31 

43 
3 
3 


5,507 

86,537 

194,892 
6,673 
4.873 


8 

1 


3,706 
8,666 


1 


647 


4ft 












48 


Panama , , , , 


8 

34 
1 

4 

3 


6,146 

141,370 

148 

7,677 

e.OM 














47 


Peru 














48 


Porto Rieo 














49 


Portugal 


















M 


rfTfllllMI rtfiloa 


















•1 


Raaria 


















83 


■Ub rVfaiBoo 


1 
S 


1.684 
6,168 


3 


3,673 


6 

8 


6,678 
3,846 


2 

8 


1,816 
8,666 






53 


spaiTTT.... ::::::::::: 







DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



59 



N® 13. — £tat sommaire des nationalit^s des long-courriers de chaque pays, 

d^clar^s d I'entrSe 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 


Germany 

Altemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autree Pays 


Total 
Total 




Vee- 
•eb 

Na- 
vi- 
rea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Toonage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vi- 
ree 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vi- 
res 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Toonage 
enre- 
gistr6 


sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrA 


Names 
Noma 


Ves- 
sels 

N^- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 

enre- 
gistr^ 


No. 


?1 


35,031 
16,041 


11 


29,155 


4 


6.884 


30 


74,047 






[Italy 

Spain 

Greece 

[Jugoslavia 


6 

4 
5 

1 


18,331 
10,533 
12.063 
3.783 


1.397 
92 

*:: 

1 

20 

285 

6 

1 • 

20 
3 

7 
11.069 

21 
1 

59 

1 

10 

51 

53 

1 

17 

56 

2 

9 

5 

I 8 

^ 18 
3 

146 

3 

^ 3 
1 
3 

81 

381 

10 

300 

176 

43 

37 

10 
t« 

) » 


6,038.936 

458,868 

1,830 

42,996 

40,897 

1.273 

74.844 

432.524 

21.816 

17,986 

162,408 

9,359 

23,323 

956,848 

94,622 
3,899 

167.494 

810 
740.880 

13.257 

2.951 

33.748 

295.090 

265. 142 

2,127 

33,774 

273,796 

2,343 

34,103 

17.036 

36,000 

386,740 

00,167 
2,560 

611,070 

8,135 

8.790 
1.10^ 
3,736 

378.035 

1.778,783 
36.578 
50,763 

757,036 

104,803 

11.718 

147,311 

m 

30,153 

6.080 
8.390 
17,445 

40,8tt 


1 


5 


1 


3.405 


1 






















3 






















/Greece 

\itaiy 


1 
5 


3.437 
17.041 


4 






















5 




























n 




























7 





15.334 






3 


3,064 
















8 






















g 






















fSpain 

Greece 

[Italy 


1 
1 

1 


3.478 
3.437 
3.528 


10 






















It 




























13 


1 


3.435 

750 


















Italy 

/Spain 

\Portugal... 


2 
1 
1 


6.482 
127 
70 


13 


3 


1 


2,810 


1 


1.128 


4 


8,757 






14 








15 






















Italy 

Italy 

Portugal.. . 
[Finland 


1 
3 
2 
1 


3.800 
0.030 
5.972 
2,889 


1A 


1 


2,307 


3 


5,061 














17 




1 
5 


810 
17.754 










18 






1 


2,546 


14 


58,360 






/Greece 

lltaly 


1 
5 


3,677 
22,399 


19 










10 




























911 




























Tf 


















10 


48,580 


China 


1 


3,915 


n 


















?4 




























?5 


2 


3,866 
271,674 






1 


1,120 










Italy 


1 


3,109 


2« 


A3 














27 


























28 


1 


3.687 
























29 


























30 






















/Italy 

IGreeoe 

(Italy 

Greece 

Italy 

Guatemala. 

[Italy 

Jugo Slavia 
Greece 

Greece 

lltaly 


2 
1 

6 
1 

7 

1 

11 

1 
1 
1 
3 

1 


6,336 
2,780 

aO.295 
2,313 

25.033 
866 

30.423 
3,460 
3,176 
4,160 
4.607 
3,428 


31 






50 


170,173 














32 


















33 






1 


406 














34 


4 


16,607 


42 


211,033 


3 


6.480 






35 












36 






















37 




























38 


1 


1.116 
























SO 




















Oreeee 

Jugoslavia 

China 

Meiico 

Spain 

Italy 

GrMoe 

JugoSUvia 


43 

3 
3 
1 

18 
3 
8 

17 
3 
4 


163,470 
10,130 

6.383 

3.783 
00.813 

6,474 

667 

64,611 

0,813 
14.067 


40 


13 


43,563 
1,547 


1 


4,108 


1 


3,068 






304 


881,588 


41 


1 






43 




185 

1 


a».ii8 

3,230 


1 


301 










43 






86 


415.406 






44 














U 




























40 























Peru 


1 


1,160 


47 






















a 


1 


314 


















fitaiy 

Or«Mins 

Portugal... 


8 

1 

1 


0,013 

3,108 

147 


40 




















50 






















Russia 


3 


8,330 


•1 


3 


3,768 
840 












t 


3.037 






U 


3 














/Spain 

tluly 


8 

5 


7.143 
10,802 






















18 



60 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REI^RT 



No. 13. — Summary Statement of the Nationality of Sea-going Vessels eiitorod 
Inwards from Sea, from each Country — Concluded 





Covntries from which 
arrived 

Psya de depart 


Groat Britain 
Grande-Britagne 


United SUtes 
£tats-Unis 


Norway 
NorvAge 


Sweden 
Bu«ds 


BeUum 

Belgique 


No. 


Ves- 
seU 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enro- 
gistri 


Vee- 
seU 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 

giatri 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tors 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrft 


Ves- 
seU 

Ni- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrA 


M 












3 

364 

2 


6,850 

479,442 

4,663 


27 
39 


166,360 
113,232 






M 


United Statoa 


6,895 


4,246,870 


6,424 


3,468,608 






56 








^7 




4 
62 

2,440 


13,976 
31,636 

112,672 














58 


From Sea 


106 
1.371 


823 
44,152 














59 


Sea Fisheries 
















Total 
















11,539 


14,230,870 


7,012 


4,026,964 


836 


1,693,258 


143 


886,678 


8 


3,618 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



61 



N** 13. — £tat sommaire des nationalit6s des long-courriers de chaque pays, 
d^clar^s d Ventree — Fin 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 




Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Aatres Pays 


Total 
Total 




«ela 

Ni- 

vi- 

rea 


Tone 
Regis- 
tar 

TonnacB 
enre- 
Ki8tr« 


aeU 

vi- 
ree 


Tons 

Rcgis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ve»^ 

sela 

Na- 
vi- 
ree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


VeiH 

sela 

Na- 
virea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Vea- 

N^ 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Names 
Noma 


Ves- 
seU 

nL- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Vefr 
sels 

Ni- 

vires 


Tone 
Regis- 
ter 

enre- 
gi8ti« 


No. 


\ 


1,475 
133. 152 
























31 
11,976 

2 

4 

176 

3,986 


173,675 

9.183.794 

4,653 

13,975 

41,376 

208,479 


54 


59 


5 


14,706 


9 


15,736 


3 


7,025 


111 


487,601 


[Italy 

Greece 

Peru 

China 

Panama. . . 
Undocu- 
mented... 


58 

1 
1 
3 
2 

2 


200,100 
1,941 
1,295 
9.839 
1.779 

2,568 


55 
56 




























,S7 






8 
109 


8,928 
48,578 




















58 


















Spain 


6 


3,077 


59 




















181 


553,286 


394 


319,002 


67 


261.667 


141 


572,013 


326 


1,421.183 




262 


873,378 


20,903 


24.240,847 











92 CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 

TRADE WITH EACH COUNTRY AND NATIONALITY OF VESSELS 

No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards for Sea at each of the undermentioned Ports and Out- 
ports in Canada, for foreign countries distinguishing the Nationality of 
the Vessels employed in the trade with each country. 



Porta and Outports and 
Countries for which Departed 

Porte et porta seoondaires et 
pays de deetination 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretaxne 


United SUtes 
£uts-Unis 


Norway 
Norvife 


Sweden 
SoMe 


Belgium 
Belgium 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Resis- 

ter 

Tonnace 
eore- 
KistrA 


Ves- 
sels 

N^. 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


Tons 

Regis- 

tet 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Albert. N.B — 
Great BriUin 


.(6) 


1 
4 


1,500 
88« 


















United States 


6 


1,689 




























Total 


6 


2,386 


6 


1,689 
















.(a) 














Alert Bav. B.C.— 

United SUtee 






36 
19 


31.904 
430 


2 


4.066 










Sea Fisheries 
































Total 






65 


32.334 


2 


4,066 












(fc) 

.(«) 

(b) 
.(•) 
.(6) 














Amherst, N.8.— 
Newfoundland 


2 


196 




































Amherst Harbour, Que.— 
Newfoundland 


1 


306 




































Annapolis Royal, N.S.— 
British West Indies 


1 


337 


















United States 






17 


8,466 










United SUtes 


4 


546 
































Total 


5 
83 


883 






17 


8,466 











Aayox. B.C.— 

Lnited States 


(a) 
.(b) 

.(6) 


107,732 


5 


9,343 




























Arichat, N.8.- 
Sea Fisheries . 


24 


386 


10 


162 












\ 
















Baddsek. N.S.— 
Newfoandlaad 


14 


2,916 


















United SUtes 






34 


53,««0 










Sea Fisberiee 


11 


216 
































Total 


25 


8.132 






34 


53,640 












.(«) 
.'•) 












I I 


Bamfield, B.C.— 
For Sea 


4 

3 


73 
106 


1 


8 














United States 
































Total . . 


7 


17» 


1 


8 
















:8! 










• ' ' 


* 


Barrii«taa Paasace, N.S.— 
United SUtes 






3 
3 


33 

381 














SsaFiaheries 


S 


33 




























Total 


s 


83 


6 


3M 














Bathorst.N.B.- 
Orsat BriUin 


.(6) 


s 


1.378 


















Norway 






1 


737 










Unit«d SUtes 






3 


1,038 










SeaFisbwies 


flO 


875 
































Total 


a 


s.au 


2 


1,038 


1 


737 







•••••• 






(s) Steam-Vafwvs. (6) Sail-VoiUsn. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 
COMMERCE AVEC CHACUN DE8 PAYS ET NATIONALITY DE8 NAVIRBS 



63 



N** 14. — Etat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k vapeur, 
d^clar^s k la sortie k chacun des ports et ports secondaires du Canada 
mentionn^ ci-apres, k destination etrangere, et de la nationality des long- 
courriers employ^ dans le commerce avec chaque pays. 



I 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 


Go-many 


Netherlaada 
Pays-Bas 


Ja|><ui 
Japoo 


Otber Nationalities 


Total 


Ve»- 

wia 

Nar 

vires 


Tone 

R«Ki»- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Sistr« 


Vee- 
Beb 

N^ 
vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonoace 
enre- 
Kistr6 


V*e- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonaace 
enre- 
Ciatr« 


Ves- 
sela 

Na. 

vires 


Tons 

Reci*- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
CiBtr« 


Ves- 
ada 

nL 

vires 


Tons 

Rf«in- 

t«r 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr« 


Flag 
Drapeaa 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viies 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr4 


Ve»- 
seh 

vires 


Tone 
Regis- 
ter 

To^Cs 
enr»- 
giatr6 





























1 
10 


1,500 




























2 575 
























































11 


4.078 
























































38 
10 


36,870 




























430 
























































57 


37,300 
























































2 


108 
























































1 


398 
























































1 

17 

4 


337 




























8.4M 




























648 
























































22 


9,348 


, 










. 












































88 


117,075 
























































34 


548 




























14 
84 

11 


[ " ' — ■ 
3.918 




























53,640 




























218 
























































M 


86.771 
























































8 
3 


81 




























106 














* ' 











































8 


187 




















■ t 








8 

• 


38 




























264 
























































• 


887 




























8 

1 

2 

60 


1.S7S 




























717 




























1.818 
















* 












875 
























































•8 


4.818 


as^BJ 


H="=» 




' ''"1 


1 








■"— - 


1 ' ' 1 


' " 











64 



CUSTOMS—SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. 



-Statemjent of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Ports and Outports and 
Countries for which Departed 

Porta et ports seoondaires et 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretagne 


Unitwi SUtes 
I5tats-Uni8 


Norway 
Norvige 


Sweden 
SuMe 


B^gium 
Belgique 


Ves- 
seU 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistri 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


sds 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kistr6 


Ves- 
seU 

Nar 

virss 


Tons 
Ragia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
eare- 
gistri 


Bear River. N.8.— 
United Statea (o) 


7 
8 


10.656 
840 


















United Statea (b) 




































Total 


10 


10.796 
















■ 




















)lolliveau*8 Cove. N.S.— 
British West Indies (6) 


2 
1 

12 
2 


6«4 

238 

1,732 

31 


















Cuha (6) 


















United States ....(b) 


1 


19 














































Total 


17 


2.666 


1 


19 


























^ 


Bonne I-^perance, Que.— 


20 

7 


7.990 
377 






1 


870 


• 








































Total 


27 


8.367 






1 


870 
























Bridgewater. N.S.— 
British West Indies (b) 


1 
1 


628 
92 




































I nited States (a) 






24 


23,862 










United States (b) 


1* 

21 


8.649 


2 


1,861 
























Total 


9.269 


2 


1.361 


24 


23.852 




















Britannia Beach. B.C.— 

Japan («) 

Uaited States (a) 


1 


2,689 


















22 


44.438 


1 


3.391 
























Total 


I 


2,689 


22 


44,438 


1 


2.891 










Baetooehe, N.B.— 

United SUtea (a) 






=3=^= 




2 


1,896 










Bntadale. B.C.— 

United Statea ... (s) 


2 
63 


1.661 
1.747 


27 
38 


466 

1,078 


• 












Sea Fisheries (a) 




























Total 


66 


3,308 


66 


1,634 




























Cainpbelltoa, N.B.— 
(ireat Britain (s) 


6 

1 


8.968 
296 






18 


14,618 


1 


1.378 
















Uaited States •) 






1 


•M 










Uaited States (6) 


3 


816 
































Total 


8 


10.069 






14 


16.660 


1 


1,373 






Campobello. N.B — 

Uaited States (a) 


8«7 


36.946 


182 


7.091 




- 










Qmso. N.8.- 

Vaitad States a) 

United Statea b) 


1 
6 

1 
W 

m 


30 
8.609 

436 
16.371 
6.060 


1 
8 

4 

60 
2 


93 
386 

3,910 

1,609 

88 






































■ Sea Fiabariaa a) 














SttiFMmitm... ............. lb) 


























Total 


160 


2S,4W 


•0 


6.779 














Omqaet, N.B.- 

SsaPWMrin (6) 


118 


s.ooo 



















(a) Staam— Vapaurs. (6) 8aU— VoUiara. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



65 



N* 



14. — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vap)eur, d<?clar4s a la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Dawsark 
DsMmark 


¥nme» 

Frasoa 


Germany 
Allemacae 


Netherlaads 
Pays-Bas 


Japaa 
JapoB 


Other Nationalities 


Total 


Vw. 

•da 

▼ilea 


Tons 

Rccia- 

t«r 

Tcnnace 
enre. 
gistrt 


V«a. 

aeb 

Na- 
▼iree 


Tods 

Recia- 

tar 

Toonace 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

viros 


Toos 
Regis- 
US' 

Tonaace 
enre- 
Kistr« 


Vee- 
aeb 

Na- 
▼ires 


Tons 

Recis- 

tar 

Tonoaae 
enr»- 
liatrt 


Ves- 
seis 

Tina 


Tons 
Recia- 

tar 

Tonnace 
ear*- 
Bi8t(« 


Flag 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viies 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 

enre- 
. gisti« 


Ves- 

seis 

Tves 


Tons 
Regia- 

tsr 

Tam«B 




























7 
S 


10.550 
240 


















































































1(K 


10 790 
























































2 

1 

13 
2 


504 




























288 




























1.751 
31 


















































































18 


3.584 




























21 

7 


8 800 




























377 

























































28 


0.237 




























1 

26 
21 


528 




























03 


1 


1.314 






1 


1.1» 
















30.204 






















10 010 






























1 


1.3M 






1 


1.128 
















4» 


36.024 












































China. 

Italy 


1 
1 


3.015 
3.241 


3 
M 


0.604 






















50.070 














































2 


7.156 


26 


56.674 




















































2 


1,300 
























































2« 

01 


3.017 




























3.835 

























































120 


4.843 














I 


1,783 






. 






SO 

1 
1 
8 


. « 
M.OM 
























390 




























048 




























815 










































1 


1.783 












M 
fM 


38.081 






















■ IB 






























44,017 




























S 
10 

» 

142 


181 


1 


880 






'■ 


















8.734 


























4.345 




























10,880 




























5.081 










* 




















1 


sao 
























811 


80.154 




























lU 


8.008 



66 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta andlOutporta and 
Coantriee for whieh Departed 

Porta et porta aaoondairea et 
pays de dcatination 


Great Britain 


United Statea 
£ut«-Unis 


Norway 
Norv*ge 


Sweden 
SiiMe 


Bdgium 
Belgique 


Ves- 
sels 

Nil- 
vires 


Toaa 

Recia- 

ter 

Toonace 
enre- 
Ci8tr6 


Vea- 
aela 

N^ 

virea 


Tons 

Reva- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enr»- 
giatr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

N»- 
vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 

sels 

Tires 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Toonaga 
enra- 
giBtr6 


Vea- 
ada 

N^ 

virea 


Tons 

Regia- 

t«r 

Tonaaca 
enra- 

gistr« 


Charlottetown, P.E.I.— 


.(6) 


28 
4 


25,090 
339 






10 


5.972 


1 


911 
















Cuba 






1 


934 












2 
3 
2 


IM 

3,900 

23 














United Statea 


1 


3,970 


6 


8.597 






































Total 


37 


29,S06 


1 


3,970 


17 


15.503 


1 


911 








Aa) 
.(a) 
.(b) 






Chatham, N.B.— 


1 
1 
3 


2,006 
1.188 
2,621 






2 
10 


2,511 
10,528 
























United States 
































Total 


S 


8.715 






12 


13.037 












.f«) 

.(«) 
.(b) 














ChetnainuB, B.C.— 


2 
8 


6.469 
8.156 




















1 


3.541 














China 














Germany 

Japan 










1 
2 
6 


2,494 
8,244 
15,106 










2 

107 

23 

1 

3 


6,879 
22.869 
22.037 

3.149 
10.366 






1 


3,802 






80 
21 


39,303 

32,697 




































1 


2,864 


3 


8.186 
















Total 


141 


79.924 


102 


76.541 


9 


28,706 


4 


11,048 








.(fl) 
.(«) 

.(b) 

.(b) 
.(«) 






Cateater, N.S- 
8«« Fisheries 


25 


348 


































Cheticamp. N.S.— 
United SUtes 










14 


13.079 










Church Point. N.8.— 


3 


386 



































, 


Clarks Harbour, N.S.- 






5 


25 














SeaFiaheriee 


6 


84 































Total 


6 


84 


6 


36 














Cleroentaport. N.8.— 
United Sutea 


■ (b) 
.(a) 
.(a) 
.(«) 
.(•) 

;8! 
:iSi 

:8! 


6 


363 


































Dalhousie. N.B.— 










1 


778 




























Dijtby. N.8- 
United sutea 


18 


588 


6 


66 


8 


3.084 


















Freeport, N.S.— 
United sutea 


9 


315 


11 


171 
























^■11 


Gasp«, One.— 

Great Britain 

'Rriliah W^t Indies 










1 


568 


















1 


727 






British Weet Indiea 

Nawloondland 

Newfoottdland 


2 
1 

1 
1 
1 


046 

2,0S8 

40 

S70 

n 






























































8t. Pierre 


















6 


6,180 
















4 


1,917 
































Total 


10 


4,934 


6 


6.S80 


1 


6«8 


1 


TV 



























1 



(•) steam— Vapeora. (6) SaU— VoUian. 



DOUANES-RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



67 



N° 14.- 



-£tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Daaemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
Allemacne 


Netherlanda 
Pays-Baa 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalitiea 
Autres nationality 


Total 


Vee- 
ads 

N»- 

viree 


Tona 

RecB- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gistr* 


V«H 

sela 

Na- 

vires 


Tona 

Recia- 

ter 

enr»- 
ciBtr« 


Vea- 

aela 

vizea 


Tone 

Recia- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
CistrA 


Vea- 
ada 

virea 


Tona 
Regw- 
' ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Ciatt^ 


Vea- 
ads 

Na- 

virea 


Tona 

Recia- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Cistr6 


Flac 
Draiieau 


Vee- 
aela 

viree 


Tona 

Recia- 

t«c 

Tonnace 
enre- 
Ciati« 


Vee- 

aela 

Na- 

viree 


Tona 

Re^a- 

ter 

Tonnace 

Ciatr« 




























37 
4 
1 
3 

12 
2 


31,973 




























389 




























934 






1 


4« 




















208 


2 


4,018 




















20,48» 


























28 






























2 


4,01S 


1 


46 




















50 


53.05C 


















^^_^___ 
































3 
12 
8 


4,517 


1 


1,202 
























12.91» 


























2.521 






























1 


1.202 
























18 


19.954 




























2 
5 

1 
1 

15 
193 

44 
3 
7 


•,4«9 


1 


2,«M 
























14.891 
















i 


4,g88 








4.98S 
























2.494 


















10 


42,902 








60,887 


















China 


1 


2.015 


79.293 






















54.734 


1 


2,894 














I 


3,320 








8.868 






















21.415 






























2 


5.068 














12 


61,210 




1 


2.015 


271 


253,534 














































25 


348 
























































14 


13,079 
























































3 


3M 


,, , 


















































6 
« 


35 




























84 
























































11 


109 


, , 






















































« 


MS 





























1 


77t 




























32 


4.<n 


_^ 








. 















































10 


4M 


























^m 






























SM 




























727 




























M« 




























t.OM 




























40 




























270 






1 


24 




















•7 


3 


3.S40 




















7.710 


























1,917 






























3 


2.S40 


1 


24 




















20 


1S.V7S 


' 




■■ 








~-^~~ 




1 















7sno-5i 



6» 



CUSTOMS—SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 







Great Britain 
Orande-Bretagne 


United SUtes 
£tats-Unis 


Norway 
Norvige 


Sweden 
SuMe 


Belgium 
Belgiqoe 


Countries for which Depart«d 

Ports et ports aecoodairee et 
pays de deatination 


Ves- 

eela 

NV 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 

Recis- < 

ter 

eore- 

gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Nft. 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Toonaca 
enra- 
gisti« 


Georgetown, P.E.I.— 
N<<w(oundliuid (') 


7 


534 


















Cuba (o) 






2 


2.149 










St. Pierre (t>) 


1 


34 














UnitiHl States 








1 


1.466 


1 


1.336 






Sea Fisheries 


2 


24 




























Total 


10 


502 






3 


3.605 


1 


1.336 
















Gla<^ Bay, N.S.— 
Great Britain 


^\ 


2 
28 


41 
1.076 


















Great Britain 




































Xfttal 


30 


1,117 




































Guysboro, N.8.— 
United States («) 


2 


2,282 






8 


6.779 


4 


4.155 
















Hantsport, N.S.— 
British West Indies (b) 


1 


316 




































Halifax, N.S.- 
Great Britain 


a) 
a) 
6) 
«) 

? 

0) 

a) 
a) 

1 


144 
3 
7 
110 
43 
13 
16 
8 


698,335 

913 

3,895 

174,742 

4,170 

72,363 

32,318 

964 






8 

4 


6.026 
3.209 
















26 


27.365 


















1 


81 


16 


9.797 






































Cuba 

Brasil . . . ( 


1 


2,223 


3 


1.637 


1 


855 
















1 
1 


2,585 
2,834 




























Matkaoloiula 


5 
1 

1 
8 


16,168 

2,763 

1.783 

660 


















1 


8,986 










Italy i 

Porto Rioo . . ( 


'*'*■'* 


































6 


13.869 
















1 


1.828 










2 
28 
47 
S 
2 


5.896 

29,730 

11.961 

435 

6,86« 
































St. Pierre < 

St Pierre ( 






1 


498 






















Uruguay i 

Sweden 1 


























7 


49.804 
























United States 


204 
27 


1.015,427 
10.698 


35 
8 
2 


57.818 
4,076 
8,649 


47 


154.662 


90 


146.990 












Meodco . .( 














Briti«li GniAaa (m'\ 


41 
7 
5 



98!i38 
24.346 
15.585 
45,674 


19 


19,6«7 


11 


12.480 






Atatralia . . 












Now Zealand 


















Peru • 


















Moroooo 


















8 

367 

24 


17,668 

38.615 

2,526 


















Sea Fisheries 


16 


722 














8m Fiahorini 
































Total 


1,117 


2.331,539 


64 


75.297 


105 


217,610 


65 


236.994 






HiUsboro. N.B. 
United States 


i] 










14 


9.898 
















3 


8S0 




























ToUl 






2 


S80 


14 


9.886 














=^ 


1 1 — 


^== 


1 


•' 1 ■• 






L-l \ 1 




■ 



(s) Steam-Vapeoia. (6) SaO-Voilisn. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



N° 14. — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers h. voiles et k 
vapour, d^clar^s a, la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danemark 


Frannn 
France 


AUemagne 


Netherlands 
Paya-Baa 


Jaitan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autres nationality 


Total 


v». 

■da 
▼ires 


Tons 

Resia- 

t«r 

Tonnage 
en re- 
gistry 


Vea- 
aela 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Vee- 
aela 

nL 

▼iree 


Tons 

Rccia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr« 


Vea- 
ada 

nL 

vires 


Tona 

Regia- 

ter 

T<»nage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Vea- 
aela 

■si 

virea 


Tone 
Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr^ 


Flag 
Drapeau 


Vee- 

aels 

nL 

viree 


Tona 

Repa- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Vee- 
seb 

Na- 

virea 


Tona 

Regia- 

ter 

Tnmwa 
tan- 

giat(« 




























7 
3 

1 
2 
2 


534 


1 


i.in 
























3,329 
34 




















































3,792 




























34 






























1 


1.180 
























15 


6.713 






















































2 
28 


41 




























1,070 
























































30 


1.117 


1 


1.411 


. 






















15 


14,627 































1 


310 


1 


637 






3 


1,918 










Peru 


1 


1,295 


157 

33 

7 

128 

44 

13 

23 

3 

1 

1 

5 

3 

1 

5 

? 

2 

78 
5 
2 

7 

4 

416 

35 
2 

77 
7 
5 
9 
1 
8 
488 

24 

l.iS4 


708,311 


















31,487 




























3.895 


1 


113 
























184.733 




















Portugal.... 


1 


147 


4,317 






















72.363 


1 


1.284 




•* 


2 


5.817 
















44,134 


















964 




























2,585 




























2,834 




























16,168 










1 


1,958 
















7,657 
























1.783 




























600 


1 


5.9M 
























19.845 


























1.838 




























5.890 






10 
24 


11.160 
4.821 




















. 40.NO 


















Spain 


1 


33 


^ 17,808 


















435 




























5.800 




























49.304 


4 


25.631 
246.787 
























35.031 


SO 


17 


89.223 


23 


145.859 


16 


172.919 






Peru 


1 


1.109 


2,090,854 








14.774 




























8.549 


5 


7,28« 


















Rvaaia 


1 


1,110 


138.590 




















34,840 




























15.885 




























45.074 






















Rwii 


1 


70 


70 






















17.508 






«3 


21.441 














BpiO. 


8 


1.075 


04.458 


















3.530 


« 


•7.727 


113 


128,045 


29 


1U.SS9 


19 


172.919 








9 


S,49S 


8.011.778 




























14 

S 


9.898 




























880 




























10 


10.378 




1 1 « I 






jjaor 


haeaasB 




■« 1 V i| 








1 




1 1 





70 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Ports and Outports and 
Countries (or which Departed 

Ports et ports seoondairee et 
pays de destination 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretacne 


United States 
£tats-Ums 


Norway 
Nonrige 


Sweden 
8^ 


Belgium 
Belgiqne 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


Tons 

Retjs- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 

Si8tr6 


sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

lia- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrA 


Ves- 
sels 

Nar 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
«ire- 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
eore- 


Isaacs Harboar, N.S.— 

United States («) 






9 


134 














United States (6) 


1 
1 


119 
10 














Sea Fisheries (« ) 


26 


564 





























Total 


2 


129 


34 


688 




























Jonin Mines, N.8.— 

Great Britain (b) 

United States (b) 


22 


873 


















1 


160 
































Total 


22 


873 


1 


160 




























Kentville, N.S.— 
United States (b) 


1 


80 




































Ladner, B.C.— 
United States (o) 






1 
1 


38 
380 














United States (6) 




































Total 






2 


418 
































Ladyamith.BC— 
Great Britain (a) 


1 


552 


















Jnpnn (<>) 


















United States (o) 


76 
»9 


6.816 
23,451 


48 
21 


41.860 
3.005 














United States (6^ 




























Total 


176 


29,819 


69 


44.865 




























La Have. N.S.- 
British Weot Indies (b) 


1 

3 

4 

31 


323 

601 

44 

3,218 












. jt 






Newfoundland (6) 


















Sea Fisheries U) 


















Sea Fisheries (6) 




































Total 


8S 


4,086 


















Liverpool. N.S.- 
British West Indies («) 


1 
4 


72 
417 




































Gerfnany (a) 

St Pierre (•) 


















4 

e 

4 
42 


164 

600 

1,895 

1,015 










' 








United States (a) 


3 

2 

35 


171 
1.248 
1,939 


2 


1.441 










Uaitad States (*) 










Sea Fisheries {o) 




























Total 


61 


4.003 


40 


3,368 


2 


1,441 


















1 1 


Lockeport, N.S.— 
United State* (s) 






1 
7 

1 


30 
106 
121 














Uaited States . . ^) 


















SeaFtsheriea (jb) 


14 


603 




























Total 


14 


008 


9 


287 















Lord's Co^-e, N.B. 

UaitedSUtes (a) 


581 


13.664 


2«7 


3,116 














hoaUtMrm. N.8.- 
Great Britain • • (s) 










S 

1 


2,220 
934 










Newlovadlaad W) 


8 

6 


9.778 
425 














Nfrwfnundiaad \b) 


4 


MS 










B^ttin («) 

Gemuuy it) 

Japan (s 


1 
1 


S.MS 

1.W 


























i 


4,IM 















(s) Steam— Vapeurs. (6) SaU-Voilier*. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



71 



N" 14. — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
AUemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Baa 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Aotres nationality 


Total 


. Vea- 

Mda 

Tires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Toonage 
enre- 
gistr* 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
«ire- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 

seb 

N^ 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistri 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


Tots 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Flag 
Drapeau 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 




























9 

1 

26 


134 




























119 




























564 
























































36 


817 
























































22 

1 


873 




























160 
























































23 


1,033 


^ 






















































1 


80 
























































1 
1 


38 




























380 
























































2 


418 


























































1 

1 

125 

120 


552 


















1 
1 


4,585 
3,565 








4.585 


















China 


1 


2,015 


53,256 


















26,456 














































2 


8.150 




1 


2,015 


247 


84,849 




























1 

3 

4 

31 


323 




























501 




























44 






...y. 






















3,218 




























39 


4,086 


. 






















































1 
4 

1 
4 

12 
6 

77 


72 




























417 










1 


l.Wl 
















1,091 
























164 


1 


i.aoi 
























3.313 


























3.143 




























2,954 






























1 


1,201 






1 


1.091 
















105 


11.154 




























1 

7 
15 


M 




























106 




























724 
















' 








































23 


860 




























848 


16.770 










. 




1 


1,783 












3 
9 
9 
1 

1 
1 


4.003 
























10,712 


.... 


























777 




























s,su 




























1,892 




























4.104 



72 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Oatporto Mid 
Coontriea for whieh Dafwrtod 

Porta at porta aaeaadaixaa at 
psjra da daatiiutUoa 


Great Britain 
Qrande-Bretacne 


United Stataa 
£tata-Ums 


Norway 
Norvdge 


Sweden 
Sudda 


Belgium 
Belgiqae 


Vea- 
sals 

Tirae 


Tooa 

Ragia- 

ter 

Toanace 

gistr« 


Ves- 
aela 

N*. 
virae 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

eare- 
gistr^ 


Vaa- 
aels 

Na- 
virae 


Tons 

Rava- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Vea- 

aels 

vires 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr^ 


Vea- 
sela 

iil- 
vires 


Tons 

Regia- 

tar 

Tonnage 
eore- 
gistr6 


Lontsbarg. H.B.—Conduied 


.(«) 
.(a) 
■ lb) 
.(a) 
.(a) 
.(«) 
■(a) 
.(6) 










1 


2,032 










St Pierre 


1 

1 
3 
2 
4 

1 
13 


421 

79 

5,473 

6,155 

13,099 

148 

394 






1 


899 




















United Statee 




































Anatraiia 






































84 


2,144 




























Total 


39 


40.076 


88 


2,496 


6 


10.610 


1 


899 








.(a) 

.(«) 

■ {b) 
.(a^ 
.(6) 

.(0) 

■ lb) 
.(a) 
.{b) 
. «) 

■ lb) 

■ lb) 
.(a) 
.(b) 






Lower East Pubnico, N.S — 






27 


1,607 
































LuaeabarK. N.S.- 
Br itish West Ind jea 


1 

2 
8 
7 
6 
10 


114 
261 
563 

747 
832 
847 


















British Weet Indies 


















Newfcmndlaad 


















Newfoondland 


















St. Pierre 






1 


598 










St. Pierre 














United Statea 


1 
2 


30 
606 














United Statea 


2 

2 

13 

1 

63 

176 


778 
432 

1,590 
134 

2.501 
17.883 














Porto Rico 














Porto Rico 



















Portucal 

Sea Fisheriea 


















7 


446 














Sea Fisheriea 
































Total 


290 


26,182 


10 


1,082 


1 


598 










Maboa, N.S.— 
United Statea 


.(b) 
.16) 
.(6) 














1 


905 
























Mahnoe Bay, N.S.- 
Newfoondland 


1 

1 
3 


119 
119 
282 


















PwtoRioo 








' 










SeaFiaheriea 




































Total 


6 


520 


















Maitland. N.S.— 
United Stotes 


.(6) 

.(a) 
.(6) 


9 


3,305 


















Margaretoville. N.S.- 
Unit«d Stataa 


1 
2 


353 
451 


















United Sutaa 




































Total 


S 


804 




















..(b) 








1,384 










Moncton, N.B.— 
Graat Britain 


1 
2 


1,457 

818 






1 








tJaitad SUtea 


3 


666 
























Total 


S 


2,275 


2 


6«6 


1 


1,384 










MoataciM. P.E.I.- 
Nawfoadlaad 


..(b) 


9 


001 














*••.•• 





(a) Staam-Vapavs. (b) Safl-VoiUan. 



DOUANBS— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



73 



N° 14. — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriera k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s, d la sortie etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
Fraae* 


Germany 
AUemacne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Ban 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autree nationality 


Total 


VOB- 

aeb 


Tons 

R««is- 

ter 


v«». 

aeU 


Tons 
Regi»- 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Ciati^ 


Vea- 
eels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 

Reci»- 

ter 

Toimace 
enre- 
I>str6 


Ves- 
sela 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Toanags 
enre- 
gistr« 


Flag 
Drapean 


Ves- 

sd. 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
enr»- 
gistr« 


Ves- 

sds 

Ni. 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 


Tina 


enre- 
gistr« 


enr»> 
gistt« 




























1 
3 
1 
3 
2 
4 
3 
97 


2,032 






1 


216 




















1,536 
























79 




























6,473 




























6,155 




























13,090 






2 


eo6 




















754 
























2,538 








* 


























3 


822 






1 


1.783 












138 


5«,4t86 
















































27 


1,607 
























































1 
2 
8 
7 
7 

10 
1 
4 
2 

13 
1 

70 
175 


114 




























261 




























563 




























747 




























1,430 




























847 




























30 




























1,384 




























432 




























1,590 




























134 




























2,947 




























17,383 
























































301 


27,863 










...__ . ... . 












































1 


905 


f 


























1 
1 
3 


119 


r 


























119 




























282 

























































5 


520 
























• 




9 


3,395 
























. 




1 

t 


353 




























451 
























































3 


804 


I 


























2 
4 


2.741 




























1,383 
























































« 
• 


4.m 




, 


































^ 


















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No. 14.— Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and OutporU and 
Countries for whiob Departed 

Porta et porta seeoDdairee et 
pays de destination 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretacne 


United Statm 
£ut«-Utti8 


Norway 
Norv^ 


Sweden 
8^ 


Belgium 
Belgian* 


Vee- 
seU 

nI- 

vires 


Tooa 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na. 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enr»- 
gi8ti« 


Ves- 

sels 

Ni- 
vires 


Tana 
Rflgin- 

tar 

Tcmam 
ears- 

gistiA 


Mootreal.Que.— 
Great Bntain (o) 


327 
26 
66 
33 

4 

3 
6 

88 
53 
11 


1,818,037 
63,307 
78,763 
98,432 

10.238 

3,766 

21,888 

264,032 
150,357 
27,303 






2 
9 
10 

1 


2,093 
10,564 
9,413 
3,633 


1 


1,255 


1 


3.071 


British West Indies (a) 






Newfoundland (a) 






1 


2.084 






TMfiam (•) 










Portugal (•) 














Denmark («) 






3 
9 

32 
19 


5,131 
24,858 

85,985 
53,322 


1 


1.282 






France (a) 








- 


Genaoany (a) 


3 


5,402 










Netherlands (a) 










Italy («) 














Norway (4) 

Greece (s) 






21 

1 

1 


49,672 
2.661 

2,648 










6 

1 

2 

4 

1 

2 

28 

10 

10 

16 

6 

1 

1 

1 

7 

12 


14,660 

2.418 

6,276 

13.72? 

3,210 

3,701 

76,165 

32,361 

36,861 

80,223 

34,226 

1,810 

3,042 

2,461 

29,053 

36,814 














Braiil (0) 














Mezioo (a) 


16 


72,885 










Venetoela (a) 














^Min (a) 


















Sweden la) 






4 
8 


7.196 
11.021 


1 
1 


1.624 
1,273 






United SUtee (a) 


32 


74,985 






New Zealand (a) 






Australia (0) 


















Colombia (a) 


1 
1 


4,352 
6,978 














Peru (a) 














Lettonia la) 














Poland la) 


















French Africa la) 


















British South Africa la) 


















Irish Free State (a) 




































Total 


721 


2,893,184 


63 


163,602 


117 


267.897 


6 


7,618 


1 


8.071 




Moose Factory, Ont.— 
Great Britain (a) 


1 


1,487 




































Murray Harbour, P.E.I.— 
Sea Fisheriea (6) 


6 


160 




































Great Britain (a) 


2 
2 


6,839 
6,188 






1 


1,696 








British West Indies la) 


1 
1 


866 
1,223 










rhinfi (a) 














Netherlands (a) 


1 
8 
06 
17 
43 


8.989 
9,083 
76,497 
13.246 
786 














Japan (a) 


1 

131 

70 

631 


1,430 
97,969 
22,139 
11.166 














United State* iaS 


4 


11.044 










United Suta* (6) 










SenFIaberian (a) 




























ToUl 


168 


113.936 


735 


184.781 


6 


12.742 




















Nswwwtls. N.B.- 
Great Britain (a) 










3 
8 


3.010 
3.444 




























United Sutaa (6 


1 


499 


1 


837 
























ToUl 


1 


m 


1 


69 


S 


9.04 












(a) Stenm-Vnpenra. (6) Snil-VoiUan. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



75 



N® 14. — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d4clar4s d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
Franoe 


Germany 
AUeaiacBe 


Netherlands 
Paya-Baa 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Natioialitiee 
Antrea nationality 


Total 


Tim 


Tona 

Rccia- 

ter 

Tonaace 

giBtr^ 


Vea- 
aeis 

si- 
virea 


Tona 

Rccis- 

t«r 

enre- 
Ciatr6 


Vea- 

aela 

virea 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 
gisti^ 


Vea- 
aela 

I^ 

virea 


Tons 

Reija- 

ter 

Toonace 
core- 
Ki8ti« 


Vee- 

aels 

Na- 

virea 


Tons 

Reeia- 

ter 

TonBaca 
enre- 
Ciati« 


Fla, 
Dn^Maa 


Vea- 
aela 

vires 


Tons 

Reeia- 

ter 

Toaaace 
enre- 
Sist(« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na> 

vires 


Tons 

Reija- 

ter 

Tonaace 
enre- 
Kiati« 








2.051 






2 


4.060 












334 
41 

.. 78 


1,830.376 


e 


8.405 
















73,366 












1 
10 


2.964 
r,898 












93.214 








11.864 


1 


2.960 






fc.v.:: 

Portugal.... 


4 

2 

1 


14.646 
6,998 
3,086 


29 
186 

124 

79 
22 

19 
5 
1 

13 
60 
11 
12 
16 
6 
1 
1 
1 
7 
12 


165,231 










13,219 




25,306 






1 


3.218 


2 


4,669 








16 


[Greece 

Italy 

Spain 

(Italy 

Greece 

^Jugo Slavia 

Finland 

iSpain 

(Greece 

Italy 

1 Jiuto Slavia 
[Greece 

Italy 

Jngo Slavia 
(Spain 


2 
7 
2 

27 
2 
2 
1 
5 
1 

13 
1 
2 

64 
3 
2 


6.613 

34,941 
7,060 

99,264 
6,146 
7,094 
2,889 

16.868 
2,439 

48,009 

3.460 

6,874 

181,968 

10,756 
6,867 


42,441 






6,681 
4,870 

11.046 

6,786 


1 
1 


4,800 
4,280 


96,841 


I 


6.486 


1 


3,660 


18 
33 

2 


43.480 
87,444 

4,m 


640,454 
356,079 






1 


2.960 


2 


9,059 


256,765 


1 


1.600 


51.262 




















/Greece 

(Italy 


8 
3 


30,060 
10,211 


47,492 
11,556 


S 


4.614 










1 


1,876 




















Mexico 

Mexico 


1 

1 


3,237 
3.237 


82,398 






















16,964 






















3.210 


6 


7.318 
4.169 


















Greece 

Italy 


1 
1 


2,313 
3,233 


22,152 


1 










1 
1 
2 


2.287 
2.789 
4.926 






173,123 
















35,140 
























40,787 
























84,575 




























40,203 




























1,819 




























3.042 




























3,461 




























39,963 




























36,814 






























34 


57,977 


16 


41,296 


4 


11,887 


73 


186,806 


4 


18,139 




146 


497,051 


1.173 


4.148.127 


































I 


1,487 
























































6 


160 


II ■ 1 






















































3 
3 

2 

1 

23 

233 

87 

663 


7.617 




























6.068 


















1 


4.264 








6.477 
























3,399 


















18 

1 


67,999 
3.383 








78.501 


















Chiaa. 


1 


2.823 


190, 716 


















36.376 




























ll.MO 














































20 


76,686 




1 


2.823 


914 

S 
3 
t 


838,918 


, . 






■ 








































3.01# 




























3,444 




























1.138 
























































7 


•,680 




■ ■ 




______ 








'■ " 






"—=-»=— 








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No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Outporta and 
QwDtrMa (or which Departed 

Porta at ports aeoondairea et 
pajm de deatinatian 


Great Britain 


United Statea 
£uta-Unia 


Norvdge 


Sweden 
Siidda 


Belgium 
Belgique 


Vea- 

sels 

N»- 
viree 


Tons 

Raiia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giatiA 


Vea. 
sela 

Na- 

vires 


T<»s 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giBti« 


Ves- 
sels 

virea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giati« 


Vee- 

sels 

Nar 

vires 


Tons 

Regis- 

tar 

Tonnage 
cnre- 
gistrt 


New WMtminater, B.C.— 
Great Britain fa) 


35 


86.194 


8 


34,001 


6 


16.637 


4 


10,653 






British West Indiee (a) 






China (e) 
























5 
28 
2 


17,915 

49,520 

45 


















United States (a) 


38 


91,978 


13 


35.058 


1 


8,083 






United Statee (6) 






Arseotina is) 


1 


3.647 


1 


2.485 
























Total 


60 


152,674 


47 


129,526 


20 


64.180 


5 


13.746 












North East Harbour, N.8.— 
Sea Fisheries (b) 


1 


12 




































North Head, N.B.- 
United Statea (a) 


277 


29,259 


56 


604 




























North Sydney, N.S.— 
Great Britain (o) 


3 
185 
279 

3 


18,936 

215, 156 

20,670 

8,279 






2 
26 


2,429 
21,016 










Newfoundland (o) 


2 
1 


38 

87 










Newfoundland (6) 

RelsioTD (a) 






















France ( a ) 


















Oermany (o) 


2 


3.418 






1 


1.596 










Italy (a) 














Norway (a) 










2 


3,209 










St. Pierre la) 


14 
39 
1 
2 
5 
1 
2 
1 
3 

112 


4,264 

2,726 

975 

132 

13,225 

1,077 

6,116 

2,780 

420 

3.748 














St. Pierre (6) 


















United Sutes (s) 






1 


2,610 










United SUtee (6) 


1 


14 










Netherlands (s) 


1 


1,971 
























Port,iigal (o) 




































S«a Fisheries (a) 


















Sea Fisheries (b) 


2 


37 




























Total 


652 


300,922 


6 


176 


33 


32.731 










Ooean Falls, B.C.— 
Great Britain (a) 


6 
M 


15.090 
117.957 


















United Sutes (s) 


4 


6,334 




























Total 


70 


133,047 


4 


6,334 














Parrsboro, N.S.— 
Great Britain fa) 


3 

6 

63 


8,977 
2.465 
16,923 






7 

4 


8,352 
2,761 










United .Statee (a) 






1 


900 






United Stat«a (b) 


9 


2.239 




















Total 


72 


28.856 


9 


3,819 


U 


. 11,103 


1 


900 












PieUm. N.S.- 
Ghntat Britain (s) 


3 


3,316 






8 

I 


9.191 
286 










Great Britain lb) 

St.nerr« (b) 














3 


150 
































Total 


4 


3.884 






B 


»,4n 










Point* as Pie, Qna.— 
Great Britain (a) 










3 

I 


1,471 
871 










UBit«l States (a) 






































Total 






• — • 


1 


3.143 












(a) Steam-Vapeora. (6) Sail— VoiUara. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



n 



N"* 14. 



-£tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers ^ voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
Allemagie 


Nethwlanda 
Pays-Baa 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autres nationality 


Total 


V«^ 
Mia 

viree 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

enre- 
Ciati^ 


Ve«- 
■els 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnace 
eore- 
Cisti^ 


Vee- 
aels 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Sistr6 


Vee- 
seb 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 

R*!gis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr* 


Drapean 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

virea 


Tons 

Rei^ 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
(iati« 


Vee- 
sda 

Ni- 
virea 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnaca 
enre- 
gistr6 


1 


2.304 
3.436 






1 


3.058 
















45 
1 
2 

32 

01 

2 

2 


161,837 


1 




















3,425 
















2 

36 
4 


8,383 
98,427 
13,923 








8,383 


1 


3.037 
11.809 




















110,079 


4 














Italy 


3 


10,381 


215,652 
















45 




























6,032 






























7 


21.155 






1 


2.958 






32 


120,733 




3 


10,381 


175 


505,353 










































1 


13 
























































333 


20,863 


















































Italy 


1 


8.113 


6 
213 
281 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 

46 
30 
3 
3 
6 
1 
3 

114 


24,478 










• 












236,210 






















Italy 


1 


127 


20,884 






















8,270 






3 


571 




















571 
























5,014 






















Italy 


2 


6,367 


6,367 






















3,200 






31 


6.045 














Spain 


1 


217 


11,126 


















2,726 




























3,485 
146 






















































15,106 




























1,077 






















Spain 


1 


2.886 


8,003 






















2,780 






15« 


30.335 














/Italy 

\8pain 


2 
3 


900 
1,450 


42,005 


















3,785 


































100 


45,451 
















11 


15,060 


802 


395,340 
















































6 
68 


15,090 




























123,381 
























































74 


138,371 


^^ 


















































10 
11 
72 


12,330 




























6,116 




























10,163 
























































93 


37,607 


^ 




































1 


810 
















11 
1 

S 


13.318 
























386 




























160 






































1 


810 
















14 


13.671 


_. 


















































3 

1 


1.471 
•71 

































































1 












3| 


3.143 


"■■ '■ 


— 1 






' 




F 




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1 


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78 



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No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Port* and Outporta and 
Coatrias for whico Dflpvt«d 

Porta e( porta aaooodairaa at 
PAjra d« deatiaation 


Great Britain 
Graade-Bretagne 


United Statca 
Ittats-Unia 


Norway 
NwTdge 


Sweden 
SiMda 


Belgium 
Belgique 


Vee- 
aela 

vires 


Tona 
Regis- 
ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
giatri 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

viree 


Tooa 

Regi»- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr4 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
tar 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
aeU 

Nap 
vires 


Taos 
Regis- 
ter 

enr»> 
gistr« 


Vea- 
seU 

iTar 

vires 


Tons 
Ragia- 

tar 

Tonnaci 
enra- 
giatr« 


Port Alberni, B.C.— 
China (o) 


1 

4 
7 


3,158 
14,162 
14,»5B 
























4 

4 


12,862 
11,510 










Unit«d SUtea (a) 


19 


59.408 












1 


2,862 






Saa fisheries (a) 


1 


11 


1 


4 
























Total 


13 


32.200 


20 


59,412 


8 


24,372 


1 


2,862 






Port Alfred, Que.— 
Great Britain (a) 


12 


20,099 






8 
11 


15,437 
18,143 










United States (o) 
































Total 


12 


20,099 






19 


33,580 
























Port Clyde. N.S.— 
Great Britain (•) 






















British West Indies (a) 


1 


238 




































Total 


1 


238 


















Port Elfin. N.B.- 

Newfoondland (6) 

St. Pierre (6) 


1 


10 








=^ 1 
















































Total 


1 


10 




































Port Hastings, N.S.— 
Unit«dSut«8 (a) 






1 


.203 














Port Hawkeebury, N.S.— 
British West Indiea Q») 


1 


376 


















United SUtea (a) 


3 
3 
2 


4.233 

2.002 

143 


4 


3,342 










United Statea Ot) 


1 

34 

6 

42 


238 

4,922 

314 










SeaFiahariea (a) 















ScaFiahwiea (b) 
































Totid 


1,850 


8 


6.378 


4 


3,842 










Port Mulgra\-e, N.8.— 
Newloondland (a) 










1 


697 










United SUtea (6) 


1 


453 


1 


1,906 
























Total 


1 


452 


1 


1,906 


1 


697 














. . . 








PartWada.N.S.- 
Uaitad Statea (b) 


6 


544 




































Port WUliams, N.S.— 
Britiah Weat Indiea (a) 


1 


28« 


















United Sutea (o) 






3 


3,583 




























Total 


1 


28« 






8 


3,688 










PoweU River. B.C.— 

Grf^t Br'tMl , . (•) 


1 


3.566 


















Japaa (o) 


















United Stataa (ai 






83 


88,763 


2 


6.166 










Aaatnlia. {a) 


7 
7 


37.849 
25,374 










NewZaabttd (a) 


















ArgMtiaa (a) 


10 


86,754 


4 


10,843 
























Total 


16 


55,678 


93 


134,606 


6 


16.407 










(a) Bt«un-Vape«irs. (6) Si 


lU-Vo 


iUaca. 



















DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 79 

N** 14. — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers a voiles et a 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
Fraaoe 


Germany 

AUemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Baa 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autres nationality 


Total 


Vee- 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Nar 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sds 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tods 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Flag 
Drapeea 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Vee- 

sels 

N^- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrd 




























1 

15 
34 

1 
2 


3,158 


1 


3.63« 
3,675 














6 
3 


23.088 
9,565 








54,648 


1 





















98,117 




... 


















2,862 




























15 






























2 


6,311 














9 


33,553 








53 


158,800 
























1 


1,460 
1,116 
























21 
12 


36,996 


1 
























19,259 




























2 


2,676 
























33 


56,255 




























1 


1,460 
























1 
1 


1,460 


























238 






























1 


1,460 
























2 


1,698 






















































1 
2 


10 






2 


63 




















63 






























2 


63 




















3 


73 




























1 


203 
























































1 

4 

36 
6 


376 




























7,575 




























2,240 




























5,065 




























314 
























































54 


15,570 
























































1 
2 


597 




























2,368 
























































3 


2,955 
























































6 


644 




























1 
3 


886 




























2.583 
























































4 

1 

1 

85 

7 

7 

14 


2.869 














, 










































3,655 


















1 


4,474 








4,474 
























93,907 




























27.849 




















• 








26,274 




























46,096 
















































1 


4.474 








116 


901,155 




1 


■' ' 








■ 




—"""" 








1 







80 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Outports and 
Coonthea for whieh D«|Mrt«d 

PorU et port* Mooodairea et 
pay) da deatination 


Great Britain 
Orande-Bretacne 


United States 
£tat»-Unis 


Norway 
Norvige 


Sweden 
SuM^ 


Belciam 
Belgique 


Vefr 

sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
en re- 
gistry 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Vee- 

sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

nL- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnat* 
ear*. 
Kisti« 


Prince KupMrt. B.C.— 
Great Britain (•) 


10 
2 
4 
1 
3 
193 


81, es.-! 

7,S6(] 
12.309 
3,012 
9,059 
155,981 


2 



i.7g« 














Ocrmany (*) 














Nether landa («) 











3 


7,378 






Italy (•) 

Portugal («) 






























United States (•) 




998 


72,879 














Japan {•. 

Seik FisherieB (a) 














«5fl 


10.368 


88 


855 




























Total 


1.169 


229.664 


1,088 


75.550 






2 


7,279 
















Poffwaah, N.S.— 
Great Britain (•) 


2 

4 


2,208 
1.433 






3 


3,015 


1 


1,281 






United .States («) 




























Total 


6 


3,641 






3 


2,015 


1 


1,281 






Quatsino, B.C.— 

Japan (a) 

United States («) 






















3 


1.362 


8 


12.584 




























Total 


3 


1.362 


3 


12.684 














Qnebeo, Qne.— 
Great Britain (o) 


72 
1 

33 

44 
1 

IS 


541,407 

1.887 

43.917 

209.281 
1.447 

120,103 


1 


231 


2 


2,739 










British West Indies (•) 




























IMcium (a) 

Pranoe (o) 






1 
5 
16 
16 


3,533 
13,300 
43,453 
45,419 




































Netherlands (s) 















Italy («) 


















United SUtea (• ) 


4 
4 


82,263 
13,410 


17 


37,948 














Odombia (•) 

French Africa (a) 






























Greenland {«) 










1 


943 










Russia (a) 


2 


6,661 




















































Total 


176 


969,376 


18 


38. 179 


40 


109,387 











Riohibuotou, N.B.— 
Great Britain (6) 






















St Pierre (6) 


I 


78 


















United States la) 






8 


3,043 










United States ijk) 






1 


629 




























Total 


1 


78 


1 


629 


3 


3.043 










Rimouflki, Que.— 
Grrat Britain (a) 


2 
60 


8.249 
67,906 






1 


1,367 










United States la) 


14 


16,430 


1 


1.018 
















Totid 


62 


61.164 


* 14 


16.840 


1 


1,867 


I 


1,018 






Riverpprt. N.S.— 
Sea Fisheries (a) 


2 
28 


21 
3,«W 


















Ssa Fisheries'.. '.'.'.. !!i.'.!.'.';;(6) 


































TotJd 


30 


3.030 


















St. Aadrews. N.B.— 
United States (•) 


841 


86.028 


617 


-li. tsa 

8.106 










s^^am 





(a) Steam-Vapsars. (b) SaU— VolUan. 



DOUANES—RAFFORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



81 



N** 14. — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



I 



Denmark 
Danemark 


Franoe 
France 


Germany 
AUemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autree nationality 


Total 


Ves- 
Mla 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

virea 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr* 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Flag 
Drapeatt 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


















1 


4.280 








13 
2 
8 
1 
3 

1,191 
1 

1,044 


37,761 
























7,350 


















2 


8,481 


1 






27.969 
























3.012 




























9.059 




























228.880 


















1 


6,196 








5.196 
























11.223 














































4 


17.957 








2,263 


330.450 














1 


801 












7 

4 


6.305 
























1.433 










































1 


801' 












11 


7.738 










. 




















1 


4.164 










4 


14,548 








5 
6 


18,712 




















13.946 


































1 


4.164 










4 


14,548 








11 


32.658 
















































75 
1 

34 

47 
7 

33 

1 ^ 

4 

^1 

1 
1 
2 
3 


544,377 




























1,887 














1 
1 
1 
2 
4 


2,987 
2.226 
2,006 
7,028 
13,453 












46,904 


















Italy 


1 


6.976 


221,016 


















16,753 


















Italy 

(Italy 

I Jugoslavia 


1 
2 

1 
4 


5,976 
10.042 

3.783 
17.014 


176,560 


















72,697 


















17,014 






















70,211 




























13.410 


















1 


4,293 








4.293 
























943 




























5.661 






















Russia 


3 


12.480 


12.480 




































9 


27.700 


1 


4,293 




12 


65.271 


256 


1,204.206 


3 


837 
























3 

1 
4 

1 


837 


























78 


1 


908 
























3.951 


























629 






























4 


1,745 
























9 


5.495 




























3 
65 


4.606 




























75.353 

























































68 


79.969 














=:=: 














2 


31 




























3.999 

























































SO 


8.030 




























1,358 


46.084 




1 1 












^— — — 


" 




' ■ 






1 


1 ' 



73808-« 



82 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — STATKMrxT of tho Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailinu 
tutcieil Outwards, /or Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Oatporta and 
Cooatriea for which Dcfnrted 

Porta et porta aeeondairee et 
pays da deatination 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretacne 


United SUtes 
£tats-Dnis 


Norway 
Norvdge 


Sweden 
Sudde 


Belgium 
Belffque 


Vea- 

sds 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

enre- 
Ciatr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8ti« 


Vee- 

sele 

Na- 
vires 


TaoB 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

N^ 

vir«» 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

N^ 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 

t«r 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


St. Georte. N.B.— 

UBitad SUtae (a) 


7 


51 


34 
1 


1.040 
258 














United SUtea (b) 
































Total 


7 


51 


36 


1.298 














St. John, N.B.- 

Greot Britain (a) 

British Wwt Indies (b) 


75 
5 

1 
2 


425,473 

2,017 

455 

13,106 


1 


3,759 


6 


4.859 


1 


880 


1 


647 


New(oundlan<l Co) 


















Balgjam (a) 


















Denmark (a) 


















Cuba (a) 


8 
2 
4 

1 
2 


14,366 
19,716 
12.183 
2.313 
4,443 


1 


2,223 


10 
4 
9 


i6.645 
11.118 
26,043 










France (o) 










Germany (a) 














Netherlands (o) 














Italy (a) 


















Norway (a) 






11 
1 


20.852 
2,648 










Umsuay (a) 

British South .Africa (a) 


1 
1 
4 
3 
190 

44 
3 

21 


2,380 

4,462 
16.602 

9.429 
68,665 
19,913 

8.880 
184 


























British West Africa (a) 


















Eprpt (a) 

Unitad States (o) 


















296 
68 


218,817 
20,644 


9 


9,553 










United States (b) 










New Zealand (a) 














Sea Fisheriee (a) 




































Total 


367 


623.677 


366 


243.443 


60 


85,718 


1 


880 


1 


647 






St. Peters. N.S.— 
United SUtea (a) 










13 


12.106 




























St. Stephen, N.B.— 
United SUtes (a) 


3 


90 


7 


2.868 




























Salmon River, X.8.— 
United States (6) 


2 


272 


















Sandy Point, N.S.— 
United States (6) 


5 
1 


1,061 
32 


11 
84 


3,367 
S.6J8 














Sea Fisheries (6) 




























Total 


6 


1.003 


96 


8.886 














Sheet Harbour, N.S.- 
Grent Briuin (a) 














1 


637 






United SUtes (a) 










16 


14,305 
























Total 










16 


14.306 


1 


687 








, 












Shalbume, N.S.- 
British West Indies (b) 


3 
I 
2 

1 
1 
1 
3 
3 


728 
894 
157 
421 
80 
121 
127 
124 


















Ne« ibundland (a) 


















X<>wrn<in'llRn'l (b) 


















-t I'l rr.. ?fl) 


















- I',,,... ...(6) 
















I uiUU .SUU™ (a) 
















United Sutes (fc) 


3 
09 


78 
4.666 












Sea Fisher iea <b) 
























Total 


14 


2,663 


72 


4,683 














Sherbrooke. N.S.— 
United SUtea (a) 


1 
6 


790 
1.861 






13 


13.498 


7 


6,994 


«= 


"" 


United SUtes (6) 




























Total... 


6 


S.641 






u 


M,498 


7 


e.Mii 






























(a) Staam-VaiMurs. (6) Sail-VolUer«. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



83 



N** 14 — Etat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie, etc. — SuUe 



Danezn&rk 


France 
France 


Germany 
Allemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autres national! t^s 


Total 


Ve». 

■ds 

Tire« 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
eore- 
Kistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
en re- 
gistry 


Flag 
Drapeau 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giBtr6 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 




























41 

1 


1,091 




























258 
























































42 


1.349 


1 


880 






1 


813 
















86 
5 

1 
4 
3 

29 
7 

13 

1 

\ 26 

11 

3 

1 

4 

3 

500 

112 

3 

21 


437,211 






















2,017 




























455 














2 


7.023 












20,129 


3 


6,787 
12,944 




















5,787 


10 
























40,168 




















Italy 


1 


3,663 


34,497 






















38,226 




























2,313 






2 


4,428 














jitaiy 

\Greece 


20 

2 


68,450 
5,378 


82,699 


















20,852 


1 


2.307 
























7,335 
















' 










4,462 




























15,602 




























9,429 


2 


1,896 






1 


1,225 


1 


1,226 






Italy 


1 


1,283 


300,665 












40, 557 




























8,880 




























184 






























17 


23.814 


2 


4,428 


2 


2,038 


3 


8.249 








24 


78.774 


833 


1,071,468 




























13 


12,106 
























































10 


2,958 




























2 


272 




























16 
85 


4,428 




























5,550 
























































101 


9,978 










1 

1 


814 
1,091 










Peru 


1 


1.295 


3 
17 


2.740 


















16,S9« 


































2 


1,905 












1 


1.295 


20 


18,142 














1 


97 












4 

1 
2 
1 
1 

1 

6 

71 


825 
























894 




























1S7 




























431 




























80 




























131 




























SOS 




























4.tt7« 










































1 


97 












87 


7.S83 




















^ 






1 


1.290 
























33 
5 


33,573 


























1.851 






























1 


1.290 
























27 


34.433 




==: 




=.S=3 


■ - 


•■ 










i-j — 


■L II II 1 





73808-«i 



84 



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No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porte mnd Ontporte and 
CoatriM ior which Da|Mrt«d 

Porta at porta aaooadairaa et 


Oreat Britain 
Orande-Bretacne 


United SUtee 
£uta-Uni8 


Norway 
Norv^ 


Sweden 
Su«de 


Belginm 
Bel^que 


Vaa- 
aeb 

nL 

virea 


Tone 

R«pa- 

ter 

Tonnace 
enre- 

gistrA 


Vea- 
aels 

Ni- 

vires 


Tons 

Regia- 

t«- 

Tonnage 
enre- 
giBtr« 


Vee- 
aels 

Na- 
vires 


Tone 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre. 
gistrA 


Vea- 
eds 

HI- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
«jre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

N^ 
vires 


Tom 

Regie. 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr« 


Shiwcciui. N.B.— 

United Sutaa (a) 

Roasia (6) 














1 


005 






















ScaFiaberiea (6) 


M 


8«5 




































Total 


M 


S«S 










1 


006 






Sidnay. B.C.— 
United Statea (a) 


88 

7 


«.«16 
858 


457 
6 


146.383 
3.251 














United Statea (6) 




























Total 


45 


7.474 


463 


140.634 














- • " O'le. — 

Hritain (a) 














1 


8,706 






iindland (a) 


2 


560 


































United SUtea (a) 






1 


1,431 
































Total 


2 


560 


1 


1.431 






1 


3,705 
















Souria. P.E.I.— 
Newfoundland (h) 


1 

7 


64 
553 


















St. Pierre (b) 


















United Statea (a) 


1 


1,431 
































Total 


8 


617 


1 


1,431 




. 
























United SUtaa (a) 


16 


605 


45 


1.257 














Stewart. B.C.— 
United Sutea (a) 


17 


6.870 


6 


8.481 




























SummerRide, P.E.I.— 
United sutea (a) 










2 


3,278 


1 


Oil 






United Stetaa (b) 


8 


1. 000 




























Total 


8 


1.000 






2 


3.278 


1 


Oil 
















Syd^y, N.8.— 
Great Britain (a) 


18 


26.011 






18 

1 

74 


21,144 

2,244 

241.154 


2 


2.068 






British West Indiea (a) 










Newfoundland (a) 


39 
3 
3 


67.758 

214 

4,720 














Newfoundland (b) 


3 


82 










Belgium (a) 














Greece (a) 


















British India .(a) 


3 
1 

S 


2 


11,421 
1,447 

24,008 

23.407 
3.455 


















FVaace (a) 


















Gennaay (a) 


















NttherlMds (a) 






1 


1.802 










Italy (a) 














Norway (a) 


• 




8 


6.140 


. 








Jaiiaa lal 


4 

1 
1 
8 


18.506 

1.867 

407 

812 














Denmark (a) 






2 


2.814 










St. Pierre (a) 














8t. Pierre i6i 


















GreMriaiid a) 






1 


MS 










Sweden ,) 


3 

e 
1 


8.701 

14.066 

88 














United Sutea a) 


4 
8 


4 806 


5 


7,m 










United Sutea (h) 


130 














(a) Staam-Vapaora. (5) Sail-Voiliera. 



DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



85 



N** 14. — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s d la sortie^ etc. — Suite 

































Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
Allemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalitiea 
Autres nationality 


Total 


Ves- 
sels 

Nar 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
en re- 
gistry 


Flag 
Drapeau 


Ves- 
sels 

N^ 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

viree 


Tone 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
en re- 
gistry 




























1 

1 

26 


905 


1 


317 
























317 


























365 






























1 


317 
























28 


1,687 






















































495 
13 


152,999 




























4.109 
























































508 


157,108 
























































1 
2 

1 
2 


3, 70S 




























560 














1 
1 


2,209 
2,987 












2,209 
























4,418 






































2 


5,196 












6 


10,892 




















































1 
8 

1 


64 






1 


30 




















683 
























1,431 


































1 


30 




















10 


2,078 




















































61 


1,952 
























































23 


15,330 
























































3 
3 


4,189 




























1,000 
























































6 


6,189 






























1 


880 






2 


1,626 
















38 

1 

113 

6 

8 

5 

3 

: 

11 

p. 

4 
8 
6 
8 
1 
3 
18 
4 


53,649 






















3,344 




























308,913 




























296 










1 


2,900 










/Italy 

IQreeoe 

Italy 

\Oreeoe 


3 

1 
1 
4 


10,636 
3,410 
3,509 
9,339 


30,735 


















12,848 






















11,431 






















(gS,.;;.;; 

Spain 

Greece 

Jugoslavia 

Italy 

taly 

iitiay 

\Qreece 


1 
3 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
12 
2 


3,384 
6,613 
3,210 
2.946 
3,296 
8,092 
3,391 
41,372 
6,870 


11,444 


3 


4,923 










2 


4,761 


1 


4,280 


66,505 












38,780 










1 


2,960 






2 


13,023 


67,680 














6,140 




























15,60« 




























4,381 






4 


OOB 




















1,106 
























313 




























943 




*^ 


















Qtmo0. 

lUly.. 


1 
1 


3,813 
8.910 


6,014 


1 


1,700 


1 


3,M« 














34,364 

















SIS 



86 



CUSTOMS—SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Continued 



Porta and Outporta and 
Co«tntri« for which Departed 

Porto et porta Moondaires et 
pays de deatiaation 


Great Britain 
Grande-Bretagnc 


United State* 
£tats-Unis 


Norway 
Norrige 


Sweden 
S^idde 


Belgiam 
Bdgiqae 


Ves- 
sels 

Nil- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

Tires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Ve^ 
sds 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 

aels 

Ni- 

vires 


Tons 

Re^s- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 

seU 

N^- 
nres 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre> 
gistr« 


Sydney. N.S.— Con. 
Arcentina («) 






















British South Airia (a] 


7 

11 
3 
1 
1 
6 
3 


26,950 

34.854 

e.094 

3.131 

4,088 

888 

135 







1 
1 


943 
2,098 










New Zealand U] 






2 


2.088 






Australia (s; 










Portuaal (a, 


















GibraltAr («) 


















Sea Fiaheriea <a, 


















Sea Fisheries (6) 


22 


547 














Total 


134 


280.492 


32 


5.567 


107 


286,297 


4 


4,176 






Three Rivers, Que — 
Great Britain (a) 


35 
I 


115,874 
1,848 






7 
2 

1 


14,181 
1,403 
2.648 










I'nited Statee 'o) 














Uruguay (a) 
































Totel 


36 


117.722 






10 


18.232 










Truro. N.S.— 
United SUtee (t) 


6 


1.141 


1 


475 














Union Bay, B C— 
Great BriUin (a) 


8 
6 
1 
1 
3 
3 
33 
2 


23,715 
17,718 
3,043 
3,221 
9,271 
8,845 
80.663 
7.378 


















British West Indies (a) 


















Belgium (a) 


















China (a) 


















Netherlands (a) 

Japan (a) 






















1 


2,957 










United States U) 


28 


5,967 










British Oceania (a) 














British South Africa (a) 






1 


8.250 










Total 


67 


153.854 


28 


5.967 


2 


6.207 










Vanooover, B.C.— 
Great Britain (a) 


161 

7 


586,945 
21.131 


16 


62,224 


12 

4 


40,289 
10.985 


1 


3.655 






Britkb West Indies (a) 






Denmark (a) 














Bdginm (a) 

ChSa (a) 


6 
1 
6 
18 
22 
3 


20,896 
3.158 
15,687 
63,984 
73,731 
12,068 


1 
12 


3.114 
52,869 
























" 


France (a) 














Germany (a) 


1 


3,114 


6 

1 


14,871 
3,734 










Netherlands (a) 










Italy (a) 

Norway (a) 


















6 
9 


26.497 
28,795 


1 
2 


2,311 
6,734 








26 


126,588 


S 


13,743 






French Oceania (•) 






Chile («) 










2 


5,673 


1 


3,151 






Colombia (a) 






21 
8 


37.509 
28,734 






Argentina M 






6 


13,837 










Sweden (a) 






9 


26,599 






United Sutea (a) 


968 

13 
20 

6 
28 

4 


1,452,649 

48,488 
142.283 

16.539 

235,556 

1,325 


388 

12 
8 


655,298 

42,228 
27.855 


20 


63,789 






New Zealand (a) 










Aastralia (a) 


4 
8 


10,696 
9,780 


11 


31.654 






Britiah Sovth Africa (a) 






Hong Kong (a) 














Mesioo (a) 


















Umgnay (a) 


2 
3 

1 
1 
S 


7.036 
6.44S 
3.641 
39 
1,434 














Pern...'. U) 






3 


7,431 










Braail U) 














SeaFbhariM is) 


135 


1.924 














niibteds it) 
































Total 


1.412 


2,833.952 


478 


944. 170 


74 


233.856 


25 


73.094 










1 



(•) Staam-Vapem. (6) 8aU-VoiU«B. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



87 



N° 14. — £tat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers h voiles et h 
vapeur, d(5clares d la sortie, etc. — Suite 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
AUemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japan 
Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autres nationalit^s 


Total 


Vei^ 
selB 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrS 


Vee- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
^^res 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr§ 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tcms 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr4 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Flag 
Drapeau 


Ves- 
sels 

iTa- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

N^ 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrd 














1 


1,876 












1 
8 
15 
3 

1 
3 

27 
25 


1,876 
27,893 
41.829 
9.994 
3.131 
9.756 
6.634 
682 




































1 


3,789 
















































































Italy 

Spain 


2 
3 


5,668 
1,450 






18 


4,296 


























































4 


7.511 


23 


7.451 


4 


7,546 


4 


9,426 


3 


17,303 




39 


118,409 


354 


744.178 






4 


11,282 






2 


6,014 


2 


6,770 






Italy 


7 


26,660 


57 
3 
2 


179.781 
3,261 
4,524 
























1 


1,876 


































4 


11,282 






2 


6,014 


3 


7.646 








7 


26,660 


62 


187,566 














1 

I' 


























6 


1,616 




























8 
6 
2 
1 
3 
4 

62 
2 
2 


23,715 
17,718 
3,908 
3 221 
















































Italy 


1 


865 
















































9.271 
11.802 
















































Italy 


1 


3,899 


90 529 






















7.378 
6.208 










1 


2,598 














































1 


2,958 












3 


4,764 


90 


173.750 


4 


17,929 

6,369 

27,389 

7,166 


2 


8,555 






16 


84,511 


3 


13,023 


/Guatemala 
\Italy 


1 
3 


344 

10,609 


\ 219 

13 

6 

30 

28 

12 

46 

27 

20 

7 

195 

1 

3 

21 

13 

9 

1,403 

35 
43 

10 
38 
4 
3 
5 
1 
136 
3 


828.084 
37 485 


2 






6 
























27.389 


2 


13 


50.279 


3 


11.038 


3 


14,762 


1 
13 


5,056 
66,743 


Italy 

China. 

Italy 

Italy 


1 
2 
1 
2 


865 
6,997 
3,319 
7,411 


113,176 
127,767 
39 736 






6 


20,730 










1 


4,247 


18 


59,222 


i 

4 


5,235 
20,919 






157,584 
97,374 
























1 


4,260 


iteiy 


16 


69,619 


85 847 


















28 808 


7 


23,572 


1 


4,164 










132 


661,651 


China 

Guatemala. 


16 
1 


59,004 
865 


822 140 












865 












. 










8.833 
37.509 
41,661 
36,599 

3,371.945 
















































































5 


15,713 















15 


63,687 


[Italy 

China 

[Panama. . . 


3 
3 


10,881 

9,516 

914 
















90.716 
312,488 

32.597 
335 556 




































1 


3.«» 










China 




3,320 












































1 325 




























7.036 
13,874 
3,641 
1.963 
1,930 




















































































1 


406 










































37 


101,384 


23 


84,224 


22 


73,318 


34 


135,437 


165 


718,330 




60 


183,063 


3.300 


6,353,708 


. 






















... , 


' ■ ' " 




~" ' 



88 



CUSTOMS— SHIPPING REPORT 



No. 14. — Statement of the Number and Tonnage of Steam and Sailing Vessels 
entered Outwards, for Sea, etc. — Concluded 



Porta and Outporta and 
Coontriea for whieh Departad 

Porta «t porta aeoondairea at 


Great Britain 
Orande-Bretagne 


United States 
£tata-Unis 


Norway 
Norv«ge 


Sweden 
SaMe 


Belgiom 
Belgique 


Ves- 

aela 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Vee- 
scds 

Na- 

vires 


Toes 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gisti« 


Ves- 
sels 

Nil- 
vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistrA 


Ves- 
sels 

N^- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enr»- 
gistr6 


Victoria. B.C.- 
Great BriUin (a) 


3 

2 
11 

2 
10 

1 
24 
34 

1 

734 

81 


3.713 
6.731 
99.-265 
18.314 
79.660 
3.149 
208.978 
686 

30 

905,349 

13.979 






1 

1 
1 


4.121 
2.391 
3,804 










Britiab Weat Indiea i a) 














AuaUalia la, 














NewZeiUaad la 














Chiaa (a) 


9 


75.576 














British So«th Afrirn <•) 


2 


4,943 










Japaa (a) 


17 
118 


142.557 
1.048 










For 8m ...(a) 














Maodoo (a) 














United States (a) 


820 
74 


1.177.729 
28.273 


2 


5.722 










UaitAd SUtes (b) 
























Total 


902 


1.339.854 


1.038 


1.425.182 


7 


20.041 










Wallace. N.S.- 
United States (b) 






1 


1.109 














Weetport, N.S.— 
United States (a) 


6 


156 


14 


195 














Weymouth. N.S.— 
Great Britain (a) 


! 

2 
2 


757 

1.308 

790 

106 






1 


626 










British West Indies (b) 














Cuba (b) 


















St. Pierre (6) 


















United SUtes (a) 






3 


1.008 










United SUtes (b) 


11 


2.228 


3 


610 
























Total 


20 


5.189 


3 


610 


3 


1,724 





















Whiu Rocic, B.C.— 
United SUtes (a) 


12 
3 


393 
710 


3 


42 














United SUtes (6) 
































Total 


15 


1,103 


3 


42 




























Windsor. N.8.— 

United SUtea (a) 


81 
17 


161.979 
5,827 






68 


60.287 


1 


911 






United Sutea (b) 


30 


14,414 




















Total 


98 


157.806 


20 


14,414 


68 


60.287 


1 


Oil 






Winnipeg, Man- 
Great BriUin (a) 


1 


1,487 


















Yarmooth. N.8.— 
Newibondlaad (a) 


1 
2 


893 
00 


















Nawfoundlaad (b) 


















Cuba (6) 


















St. Pierre (b) 


17 

117 

» 

22 


1.510 

108.838 

607 

1.304 


















United SUtes (a) 


45 

84 
51 


131.100 
3.3»4 
3.738 


1 


080 










UnitMl States (b) 










Saa Fisheriss (a) 




























Total 


164 


113.202 


180 


120.191 


1 


089 










York Factory. Maa.— 
Great BriUia (a) 


1 


1,487 





































(a) Steam-Vapsvrs. (b) SaU— VcUiara. 



DOU AN ES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



89 



N° 14. — Etat du nombre et du tonnage des long-courriers k voiles et k 
vapeur, d^clar^s a la sortie, etc. — Fin 



Denmark 
Danemark 


France 
France 


Germany 
AUemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Bas 


Japon 


Other Nationalities 
Autres nationality 


Total 


t aela 

^ Na- 
yiree 


Tons 

Re«i»- 

ter 

Toimace 
enre- 
Kiatr« 


Vee- 
seis 

viree 


Tens 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Sistr^ 


Vee- 
aels 

Ni- 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr6 


V«»- 
•eis 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gisti« 


Ves- 
sels 

▼ires 


Tons 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr^ 


Flag 
Drapeaa 


Vee- 
seU 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr4 


Ves- 
sels 

nL 

viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr* 




























3 

3 
12 

2 
10 

4 
80 

153 
1 

1,612 
155 


7.834 




























0,122 




























102.120 




























18.314 


























. 


155,235 










1 


2.068 
















11,050 


1 


3,687 










88 


184,064 








530,226 
















Undocu- 
mented... 


1 


1,284 
























3,018 
30 


1 


2.fiS2 


1 


2,880 










50 


238,740 


[Undocu- 
mented.. 
Mexico 

(Italy 


1 

I 
2 


1,284 

275 

7,140 














2,341,660 
42,252 






























2 


S.160 


1 


2,880 


1 


2,058 






88 


422,803 




5 


0,683 


2.04( 


3,220,870 






































1 


1.100 

























































10 


351 






























2 


2,007 
























4 
4 
2 
2 
2 
14 


8,480 


























1,306 




























700 




























106 




























1,008 




























2,838 






























2 


2,007 
























28 


0,620 






















































15 

3 


435 




























710 
























































18 


1,145 






























4 


3,040 






2 


2,182 
















156 
37 


218,408 






















20,241 






























4 


3,040 






a 


2,182 
















103 


238,640 
















. 


































1 


1,487 




























1 
2 
1 

17 
163 
30 
73 


803 




























60 






1 


87 




















37 
























1,510 




























380.686 




























3,001 




























4,003 


































1 


37 




















206 


340,170 




























1 


1,487 































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No. 15. — Summary Statement of the Nationality of Sea-going Vessels entered 
Outwards, for Sea, for each Country 





Coatries for which 
dofMrted 

Pays de destiution 


British 
Anglais 


United Stetes 
EUts-Unis 


Norway 


Sweden 
sJMe 


Belgium 
Belgiqne 


No. 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

N^r 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
viree 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr4 


Ves- 
sels 

nI- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistri 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 
vires 


Tons 

R««is- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr4 


1 


Qrmt Britain 


977 

62 

22 

4 

41 
8 
3 

84 
5 


4,461,085 

352,607 
84.202 
15.602 
08.138 
17,568 
11,421 

127,130 
17,743 


28 
8 


102.001 
27,855 


118 

5 
7 


170,034 

13,560 
18,016 


13 
11 


25.427 
31,654 


2 


3,618 


? 


Aostralia 




3 


British Sooth Africa 






4 


British W«t Africa 














s 


Briti«h Guiana 






19 


10,567 


11 


12,480 






A 












7 




















8 


British West Indies 


2 


4.406 


19 
1 


29,303 
2,864 


27 
4 


28,002 
11,048 









British Oceania, Other 

>^>i) Is1mi<^> 






10 


2 


1,434 






11 


Gibraltar 


1 

28 

12 

900 

53 


4,088 

236,556 

36,814 

661,948 

189,001 














1? 


Hong Konc ■ . 


















n 


IrislTFree^tate 


















14 


Newfoundland 


12 

12 
19 

1 

1 


732 

42,228 
68,035 
3,114 

3,541 


130 

1 

11 
3 

1 
2 


289,763 

2.098 
28.488 
10,598 

2,648 
5,672 


2 
2 


2,905 
2,088 






15 








16 








17 




02 

4 


357.766 
3,382 










18 


Brasil 










10 


Chile 


1 


3,151 






?n 


China 


13 
32 
27 
3 
2 
3 

15 

1 


80,107 
165,006 

47,702 
6,633 
6,806 
0.420 

60.185 

2,451 


22 

22 

2 


129,667 

41,861 

4,446 






?i 
















n 


Cuba 


15 
6 


15,365 
9.677 


1 
1 


855 
1.282 






Tl 








94 


Eenador 










95 


Egypt 


















?6 


FmiKW 






19 


51,861 










?7 


French Africa 














?« 




















?9 




143 

6 

1 

20 

73 

1 
7 


502,236 

17,440 

1.077 

62,154 

414,748 
1,810 
7,631 


4 


8,516 


64 

1 
2 


175,834 

2,561 
1,886 










30 












31 
















371 


Italy 














83 




22 


158,547 


16 


52,858 


3 


8,586 






84 


Lettooia 






88 


Meneo 


18 


81.484 














86 
















87 


Netherlands 


00 


290.665 






30 

40 
3 


106,264 

120.866 
7.431 


2 
1 


7,270 
3.811 






38 












39 


Peru 


14 

1 
31 
18 


70,899 
8.042 
3,801 

88,884 


3 


12,421 






40 


Poland 










41 


Porto Rioo 


















42 


Portugal 


















43 


Rnaia 


















44 


8t.Piem 


167 
2,568 

1 
4 

5,826 

8 

4 
M 


26,948 
121,703 

8.210 
7,402 

4,848,420 

8,246 
18.727 
80,489 






2 


1,096 


1 


890 






48 


8«» Ftsberita 


1.168 


36.667 






48 


Smin 














47 


Snn4m 






4 

407 

2 


7.106 

623,416 

5,306 


17 
40 


n,6S7 
160,891 






48 


United States 


6,209 
2 


3.318,620 
7,030 






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M 


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81 


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lie 


1,060 
















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11,430 


13.628 421 


6 666 


4.063.407 


066 


1,787.007 


187 


886,066 


3 


3 618 













DOUANES— RAPPORT DE LA NAVIGATION 



91 



N** 15. — £tat sommaire des long-coumers d^clar^ d la sortie, pour 

chaque pays 



p,DcBmark 
' Danemark 


France 


Germany 
Allemagne 


Netherlands 
Pays-Baa 


Japm 


Other Nationalities 
Antrespays 


Total 




Vee- 

sels 

Na- 


TOBB 

Recis- 
ter 

Tonnace 


ads 

vi- 
res 


Tons 

Recis- 

ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
Kistr« 


Ves- 
sels 

Nik- 

vi- 
res 


Tons 

Regia- 

ter 

Tannage 
enre- 
Eistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Na- 

vi- 
res 


Tana 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
eistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni- 

vi- 
res 


Tons 

Regis- 

t«- 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gi8tr« 


Flag 
Drapeaa 


Ves- 
sds 

nL 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


Ves- 
sels 

Ni- 

vires 


Tons 
Regis- 
ter 

Tonnage 
enre- 
gistr6 


No. 


vi- 
res 


enre- 
Kistr« 




19 


39,856 


3 


10,606 


11 


14,953 


33 
2 


98,717 
4.926 


4 


17.308 


fPeru 

jitaly 

[Guatemala 


2 

11 

1 


2.590 

40.382 

344 


1,212 

88 
35 
4 

77 
8 
3 
143 
10 
3 
3 

28 

12 

I 1,058 

70 

31 

\ ISO 

3 

54 
54 

60 

42 

2 

3 

63 

2 

1 
1 

J 309 

( 23 

J 

3 

152 

379 

1 

96 

} » 

53 
90 

1 
31 

} " 

4 

337 

1 3.975 

S3 

11.799 

9 
6 

196 


4.997,726 

430,692 
121,026 

15,602 
138.590 

17,568 

11,421 
209,011 

31,655 

1,930 

9.756 

235.556 

36.814 
961,766 

241,893 

98,399 

556,006 

16,061 

8,823 

308,229 

207,857 

89,630 

107,661 

5,896 

9,429 

201.427 

6,744 
865 

1.003.338 

63.120 

2,963 

520,167 

1,748.192 

1.819 

99.809 

70 

622.844 

130.853 

99.751 

3.043 

3.801 

39.806 

13.797 
40.637 
331.313 

3.310 
104.069 

10,067,«56 

34.751 
16,964 

43.980 


1 
2 


1 


2,394 






3 


8,874 


1 


3.320 


China 


1 


3.330 


3 












4 


h 


7.289 


















Russia 


1 


1,116 


5 




















6 










' 


















7 


10 


19,893 












97 












8 






















g 






1 


49« 




















10 


















Italy 


2 


5.668 


11 






















1' 


. . 


























13 


^■^ 


113 










2 

2 

1 
16 

1 


5,9Ji 

5,578 

1,876 

51,909 

1,876 






fPortagaL.. 

lltaly 


1 
1 


147 
127 


14 
















15 


" 






















16 


9 

t 


7.166 
4,614 


17 


62,143 


5 


16,958 


1 


5.056 


/Greece 

lltaly 


3 
10 


8.406 
32.888 


17 
18 






















19 


















17 


83.368 


China 


2 


5.997 


?0 


















21 


13 


15.408 
84,113 


1 


37 


3 
1 


5,817 
2,298 
















22 


29 


2 


4,659 












23 


















24 




























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11 


26,982 






1 


2,006 


1 
1 


4,800 
4,293 


[Greece 

'Spain 

lltaly 


4 

2 
10 


13.226 

7.060 

35.307 


26 










27 


















Guatemala, 
fitaiy 

Greece 

-^Jugo Slavia 

Finland.... 

ISpain 

/Greece 

lltaly 


i 

32 
3 
3 

1 
6 
12 

4 


865 
120,743 
9,091 
10,390 
2,889 
20,068 
29,399 
13,720 


28 


« 


15,655 


2 


4,870 


20 


63,982 


23 


60,504 


3 


8,560 


29 






















30 






















TI 






4 

2 


10,213 
8,338 


2 


5,920 


2 


4,113 


5 
237 


26,342 
1,007.724 


[Greece 

Italy 

Spain 

Jugo Sla^-ia 
China 


6 

108 

2 

3 


19,122 

384.680 

6.867 

10,756 

62,919 


32 


10 


34,482 


33 












34 






















Mexico 

Russia 

Italy 

Jugoslavia 
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3,237 

70 

61,436 

7,352 

3,a9 


Vi 






















36 






4 


11.045 


1 


1,958 


42 


124,085 


2 


8.481 


37 


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7,«76 


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40 




























41 






















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3,966 
3.886 
12.480 
340 
900 
4.575 


43 


1 


S17 


















41 




65 
238 


12.454 
67.678 














44 


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45 


















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7.8U 

M6,Me 

9,S07 


















Greece 

fitaly 

China. 

Peru 

Puuunft 

Uasico 

Uadoov 
I mentad.. 




4.626 

43.468 

16,868 

1,160 

914 

978 

1,984 


47 


n 
1 


19 


94,666 


38 


151,485 


32 

1 


179,419 
1,876 


74 


SS9.873 


48 

49 
















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Undoen- 
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3,317 
1.984 


50 


10 


11,160 








































197 


565, «58 


367 


309,410 


73 


372,345 


141 


M7.S33 


345 


1.503.119 




S14 


1,019.916 


90.697 


93.073,787 





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No. 16. — Summary Statement of Canadian and United States Vessels trading 
on Inland Waters, which arrived at Canadian Ports and Out ports 

N° 16. — £tat soMMAiRE dcs navircs canadiens et des £tats-Unis naviguant 
sur lea eaux int6rieures, arrives aux ports du Canada 

RECAPITULATION — RECAPITULATION 





Veeads 

Navires 


Tona 
regiater 

Tonnage 
enregistr^ 


Crew 

Equipage 




9.946 

330 

23,769 

1,028 


8,689,990 
101,618 

7,609.732 
344,292 


276,095 


Sail— Voiliers ". 


1,380 


Uaitad Statea — Etata-Unis: — StMun and motor — Vapeura 


179,096 


Sail— Voiliera '. 


2,993 


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35.073 


16.745,632 


459, 6M 







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Tona 
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Paddle— A aubee 

Stem-wheel — Rone & rarri^ 
Motor— Moteur 

8idl—Vo(lier»— Sailing— A Voile 

Bargee— Bargee 

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12,818 

2,008 

9 

18,880 

97 

1.261 



14,324,956 

1,818,426 

5,427 

150.913 

36.903 

409,007 



35,073 



16,745,632 



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No. 17. — Summary Statement of Canadian and United States Vessels, trading 
on Inland Waters, which Departed from Canadian Ports 

N** 17. — £tat sommaire des navires canadiens et des Etats-Unis naviguant 
sur les eaux int^rieures, partis des ports du Canada 

recapitulation — recapitulation 



VaaBela 
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Tonnage 
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Canadian— Caiiadien8:—St«ain and motor^— Vapeurs 

Sail— Voilien 

United Btat«»— Etata-Unis: — Steam and motor— Vapeors 
Sail— Voiliers 

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348 

23,239 

1.174 



10.550.279 

90.800 

7.834.436 

368.016 



35,918 



18.843,531 



282.831 
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195.173 
3,343 



482,799 



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Description 



Veaaela 
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Stern-wheel— Roue k I'arri^re 
Motor— Moteur 

Bail— Voiliers: — Sailing— A voile 

Barces — Bargee 

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13.973 

1,989 

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18,425 

146 

1.376 



16.492,836 

1.733.933 

5,427 

152.520 
110.361 
348,456 



35,918 



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No. 18. — Statement showing the Description, Number and Tonnage of Cana- 
dian and United States Vessels trading on the Rivers and Lakes between 
Canada and the United States (exclusive of Ferriage), which Arrived and 
Departed. 

N** 18. — £tat indiquant la description, le nombre et le tomiage des navires 
canadiens et des £tats-Unis naviguant sur les rivieres et les lacs entre le 
Canada et les £tats-Unis (5, I'exclusion des traversiers) arriv^ et partis. 





Canadian— Canadiens 


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11.605 


8.791,606 
10,041,079 


277,476 
384,384 


34.797 
34,413 


7.964,034 
8,303.462 


183,089 
198,616 


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36,918 


16,746.083 
18,843,681 


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483.790 


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21.781 


19,432,687 


601,789 


49,210 


16,160,470 


380.004 


70.991 


36.609.168 


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No. 19. — Statement of Vessels, British and Foreign, entered and cleared 

Coastwise 

N° 19. — Etat des navires britanniques et Strangers d^clar^s k I'entr^ et k la 

sortie comma cabotiers 

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Steamera 
Vapeon 


Sailing Vessds 
Voiliers 


Total 




Vends 
Navires 


Tonnage 
Tonnage 


Crew 
£qaipage 


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Ve^ 


Tonnage 
Tonnage 


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Tonnage 


Cr»w 


Arri ved — Arri vAa — 
British — Britanniques 
Foreign— Etrangera. . . 


83.371 
707 


40,893,914 
924,691 


1,777.703 
15,740 


10.798 
105 


3,530,357 
32,624 


56.562 
581 


94,169 
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44,424,271 
967,315 


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41,818,605 


1.793,443 


10.903 


3,562,981 


57.143 


94,981 


45,381,586 


1,850,586 




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Foreign — Etrangov. . . 


83,197 
842 


40,008,995 
813,315 


1.763,783 
16.793 


10,530 
145 


3,300,910 
22,810 


50.118 
422 


93,727 
987 


43,309,905 
836,125 


1.813,901 
17.215 


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84,039 


40,822,310 


1.780.676 


10.675 


3,323.720 


50,540 


94,714 


44,146,030 


1.831,116 





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Arrived- 


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Departed— Partis 


Total 


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Vessels 
Navires 


Tonnage 
Tonnage 


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Navires 


Tonnage 
Tonnage 


Vessels 

Navires 


Tonnage 
Tannage 


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Screw— H61ice 


72,904 
2.994 
1.557 
6.623 


37.750.723 

2,654,962 

1,065,460 

347,460 


72.754 
2.982 
1.651 
6.752 


36,811,066 

2,644,733 

1,016,561 

349,960 


145,658 
5,976 
3.108 
13,375 


74 561 789 


Paddle— Aubee 


5.299,695 
2 082.011 


Stemwheel — Roue k Tarriire 


Motor— Moteor 


697 420 






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84,078 


41,818,605 


84,039 


40,822,310 


168,117 


82,640,915 




Sailing Vessels— Voiliers— 

Sailing — A voile 


6,938 
4,965 


385,469 
3,177,512 


6.703 
4,972 


362,274 
2,961,446 


11,641 
9.937 


747,743 
6 138 958 


Barges— Barges 






Total 


10,903 


3,562,981 


10,675 


3.323,720 


21,578 


6,886,701 




Grand total 


94.981 


45,381.586 


94,714 


44.146.030 


189,695 


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DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND COMMERCE 
OTTAWA, CANADA 

MINISTER DEPUTY MINISTER 

Hob. JAMES MALCOLM F. C. T. O'HARA 



THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND 

COMMERCE 



FOR THE 



FISCAL YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1928 




OTTAWA 

F. A. ACLAND 

PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1928 

Applications for copies of this publication should be addressed to the King's Printer; Ottawa 



To His Excellency the Right Honourable Viscount Willingdon, G.C.S.I., 
G.C.M.G., G.C.J.E., G.B.E., Governor General and Commander in Chief 
of the Dominion of Canada. 

May it Please Your Excellency: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the Report 
of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended March 31, 
1928. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

JAMES MALCOLM, 

Minister of Trade and Commerce. 

Department of Trade and Commerce, 
Ottawa. 



OMift-l) 



Report of the Deputy Minister 

Ottawa, June 15, 1928. 

The Hon. James Malcolm, M.P., 
Minister of Trade and Commerce, 
Ottawa. 

Sir.- -I have the honour to present herewith the thirty-sixth Annual Report 
of the Department of Tra<le and Commerce, that is to say, for the fiscal vear 
ended March 31, 1928. 

Canada's Foreign Trade, 1927-28 

The foreign trade of Canada, on the whole, during the fiscal year 1927-28 
was satisfactor>^ The total trade for the year, amounting to $2,359,412,000, 
was exceeded on only two previous occasions, viz., the war year 1918 and the 
post-bellum boom year 1921. The physical volume, however, of Canada's trade 
m 1928 was greater than in any pievious year on record. The increase in 
imports was responsible for this improvement, as there was a slight decline in 
export-s. The gradual growth in Canada's trade prior to the war, the expansion 
during the war period, the decline and subsequent improvement after the war, 
resulted in the Dominion having a favourable trade balance in 1926 of $401,- 
400,000. During the past two years imports have increased' rapidly while gross 
export values have declined slightly, due largely to lower export prices, with 
the result that on March 31, 1928, the favourable trade balance was reduced 
to $141,500,000. The decline, however, in the Dominion's trade balance does 
not necessarily reflect a curtailment of industrial activities, as there have been 
marked improvements in many lines of industries during the past year or so. 
It reflects rather a greater purchasing power, not only at home but also abroad. 

QUANTITY AND PRICE CHANGES 

Onlv moderate changes have taken place in the average level of prices 
during the past three or four years. Comparison of pre-war prices, however, 
with these during and immediately after the war show that changes in the 
level of prices have materially affected the comparability of trade statistics. 
Statistic? have not been compiled fo» fiscal year 1928 making allowances for 
the marked fluctuation in the average level of prices. Figures compiled for 
the years 1921 to 1927. based on 1914 average import and export values, show 
that the Dominion's imports in 1927, valued at 1914 average import values, 
were $135,193,000 greater than for the record year 1926; while the domestic 
exports, revalued at 1914 average export values, were only $21,366,000 less than 
for the previous year, also a record year. Canada's total foreign trade, from 
1921 to 1927, on the basis of declared values, decreased about 6 per cent., 
imports 17 i)er cent, while exports increased about 5 per cent; but when price 
changes have been eliminated the total trade from 1921 to 1927 increased about 
50 per cent, impotts 37 per cent, and exports 61 per cent. 

ANALYSi.<=* Of Canada's tr.\de 

The total trade of Canada for the fiscal year ended March 31. 1928, was 
valuwl at $2.359 412,000, compared with $2,298,466,000 in 1927. and $2,256,- 
029,000 in 1926, the increase over 1927 amounting to $60,946,000 or 2-2 per 
cent, and over 1926 to $103,383,000, or 4-6 per cent. Imports in fiscal year 

5 



6 TRADE AND COMMERCE 

1928 show a decided improvement over 1927 and 1926, while exports show a 
decline. Imports in 1928 amounted to $1,108,966,000, compared with an impor- 
tation in 1927 valued at $1,030,893,000, and in 1926 at $927,329,000; the 
increase in the imports over 1927 amounting to $78,063,000, or 7-3 per cent, 
and over 1926 to $181,627,000, or 19-6 per cent. Export trade (domestic and 
foreign combined) was valued at $1,250,456,000 in 1928, at $1267,573.000 in 
1927. and $1,328,700,000 in 1926; the decrease in 1928 compared with 1927 
amounting to $17,117,000 or 1-4 per cent, and compared with 1926 to $78,244,000 
or 5-9 per cent. The domestic exports of Canada in 1928 totalled $1,228,208,000; 
in 1927, $1,252,158,000; and in 1926 $1,315,356,000; the decrease in 1928 com- 
pared with 1927 amounting to $23,950,000 or 1-9 per cent, and with 1926 to 
§87,148,000 or 6-7 per cent. 

The statistic!! in the following table indicate the trend of Canadian trade 
from 1914 to 1928 (a) with all countries; (b) with the United Kingdom; and 
(c) with the United States. 

SUMMARY OF TREND OF CANADIAN TRADE. 1914 TO 1928 
(Values in Millions of DoUara) 



Years ended 
March 31 



Imports into Canada 



Dutiable 
Goods 



Free 
Goods 



Total 
Imports 



Per Cent 
Free 



Exports from Canada 



Canadian 
Produce 



Foreign 
Produce 



Totel 
Exports 



Excess 

of 

Imports (i) 

Exports (e) 



PercMitage 

relation 
of Exports 
to Imports 



(a) With All Count «i«8 



1914 
1915 
191« 
1917 
191S 
1919 
1920 
1931 
1922 
1923 
1924 
1925 
1936 
1927 
1928 

1914. 
1915. 
1916. 
1917. 
1918. 
1919. 
1920 
i921 
1922 
1923. 
1924. 

mi. 

1920 
1927. 
1928 

1914. 
1915. 
1915. 
1917. 
1918. 
1919. 
ItW. 
19S1. 
1922. 
I»23 
1924 
1925 
1926 
1927. 
1928. 



410-3 


208 9 


619-2 


33-7 


431-6 


23-8 


455 4 


279-8 


176-1 


455-9 


38-6 


409-4 


52-0 


461-4 


289-4 


. 218-8 


508-2 


43-0 


741-6 


37-7 


779-3 


461-7 


384-7 


846-4 


45-4 


1,151-4 


27-8 


1,179-2 


542-3 


421-2 


963-5 


43-7 


1,5400 


461 


1,586-1 


526-5 


393-2 


919-7 


42-7 


1,216-4 


52-3 


1.268-7 


693-6 


370 9 


1.064-5 


34-8 


1,239-5 


47-1 


1,286-6 


847-5 


392-6 


1.240-1 


31-6 


1,189-2 


21-2 


1,210-4 


495-6 


252-2 


747-8 


33-7 


740-2 


13-7 


753-9 


537-3 


265-3 


802-6 


33-0 


931-5 


13-8 


945-3 


591-3 


302-1 


893-4 


33-8 


1,045-4 


13-4 


1,058-8 


516-0 


280-9 


796-9 


35-1 


1,069-1 


12-3 


1,081-4 


5830 


344-3 


927-3 


37- 1 


1,315-4 


13-3 


1,328-7 


659-9 


371 


1,030-9 


36-0 


1.252-2 


15-4 


1,267-6 


7100 


398-9 


1,108-9 


36-0 


1,228-2 


22-2 


1,250-4 



163-8 
5 5 
271 1 
332-8 
622-6 
349-0 
222-1 
29-7 
6-1 
142-7 
165-4 
284-5 
401-4 
236-7 
141 5 



73-6 
101-2 
153-3 
139-3 
164-6 
137-9 
120-9 

97-6 
100 8 
117-7 
118-5 
135-7 
143-1 
123-0 
112-7 



(ft) WrrH THE llNrrBD Kinodom 



102-4 
68-0 
520 
75-5 
580 
500 
93-2 
170- 1 
95-1 
116-2 
126- 1 
124-7 
1331 
135-0 
150- i 



29-7 
22-1 
25-4 
31-6 
23-3 
23-0 
331 
43-8 
22-0 
25-1 
27-5 
26-4 
30-6 
28-9 
35 8 



132- 1 
90-1 
77-4 
107-1 
81-3 
730 
126-3 
313-9 
117-1 
141-3 
153-6 
151 1 
163-7 
163-9 
185-9 



22-5 
24 5 
32-8 
29-5 
28-6 
31 5 
26 3 
20-5 
18-8 
17-7 
17-8 
17-5 
18-6 
17-6 
19-3 I 



215-2 
186-6 
451-9 
742-1 
845 5 
540-7 
489-2 
312-8 
299-4 
379-1 
360- 1 
395-9 
508-3 
446-9 
410-7 



7-1 
25 1 
11-2 
13-9 
15-6 
20-1 
6-8 
1-4 
10 
0-8 
l-I 
1-3 
11 
1-1 
2-1 



222-3 


(e) 


90-2 


211-7 


(e) 


131-6 


463-1 


(e) 


385-7 


756-0 


(e) 


648-9 


861 1 


(e) 


779-8 


580-8 


(e) 


487-8 


496 


(0^ 


369-7 


314-2 


(e) 


100-3 


300-4 


(e) 


183-3 


879 9 


(ei 


238-6 


361-2 


(e) 


207-6 


397-2 


(e) 


246 1 


509-3 


(e) 


345-« 


448-0 


(e) 


284-1 


412-8 


(e) 


22«-9 



167 5 
234 9 
598-3 
705 9 
1,059-1 
768-2 
393-7 
146-9 
256 8 
268-8 
2.35 1 
263-8 
311-1 
273-3 
222-1 



(c) WrrH TH« UmriD States 



249-5 


146 8 


.396-3 


370 


163-4 


13 


1770 


168-6 


1285 


297-1 


43-2 


173-3 


130 


180-3 


199-6 


171-4 


370-9 


40-2 


201 1 


15-6 


316-7 


332-0 


3.13-3 


065 3 


60-1 


280-6 


100 


290-6 


429-3 


363 6 


792-9 


46-8 


417-2 


23-6 


440 8 


416-6 


333-7 


750 2 


44 5 


454-9 


22-8 


477-7 


499-7 


301 4 


8011 


37-0 


464-0 


37-1 


501 1 


644-0 


312-2 


856-2 


80-5 


542-3 


18-4 


560-7 


312-1 


203 9 


516-0 


395 


292-6 


11-5 


304 1 


332-2 


2088 


641 


38 


369-1 


11-2 


380-3 


866-9 


245 3 


601 2 


40-8 


430-7 


10-9 


441-6 


2871 


222-7 


609-8 


43-7 


417-4 


9-8 


427-2 


3380 


270 6 


6080 


445 


474 9 


11 


485 9 


392-7 


294 3 


087-0 


42-9 


400-4 


13-9 


479 3 


416-0 


303-4 


719-4 


43-3 


478-0 


18-6 


496 6 



219 3 
110-8 
154-2 
374-7 
352-1 
272-5 
3000 
2956 
211-9 
160-7 
169-0 
83-0 
122-7 
207-7 
222-8 



44 
02-7 
59-4 
43 7 
56-0 
63-7 
02-6 
06-6 
68-9 
70-3 
73-4 
83-8 
79-7 
09-7 
69 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 7 

Canada's Trade by Countries, 1927-28 

The imports from foreign countries in fiscal year 1928 amounted to $859,- 
876,000 and from the British Empire to $249,080,000, the increase in 1928 over 
1927 in the case of foreign countries amounting to $43,052,000 and in that of 
the British Empire to $35,011,000; while the exports to foreign countries totalled 
$728,930,000 and to the British Empire to $499,278,000, the exports to foreign 
countries showing an increase of $17,210,000, and to the British Empire a 
decrease of $41,160,000. The trade of Canada, both import and export, with 
the United States exceeds that of any other country. In 1928 imports from the 
United States were valued at $719,444,000 and dom'estic exports at $478,006,000, 
the increase in imports being $32,421,000 and exports $11,583,000. The trade 
of Canada with the United Kingdom comes next in order of importance. Imports 
from the United Kingdom in 1928 amounted to $185,889,000 and exports to 
$410,704,000, the increase in imports over 1927 amounting to $21,950,000 and 
the decrease in exports to $36,169,000. Imports from Germany in 1928 were 
valued at $17,056,000 and exports at $42,244,000, the increase in imports being 
$2,026,000 and in exports $7,833,000. The imports from Japan and the Nether- 
lands were $12,505,000 and $8,749,000 respectively, the increase in imports being: 
Japan $1,335,000 and the Netherlands $1,055,000; and the exports were $32,- 
957.000 and $35,538,000 respectively, the increase in exports being: Japan 
$3,028,000 and the Netherlands $9,164,000. Imports in Canada from France, 
Belgium, Italy, and Argentina show increases, but the exports to these countries 
show decreases. For further information as to the trade with other principal 
countries see the following table. 

CANADA'S TRADE WITH PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES, 1927-28 
Note: Countries arranged in order of importance. 



Bank 



Countries 



Imports for 
Consump- 
tion 1927-28 



Exports, 

(Domestic) 

1927-28 



Increase (+) or Decrease ( — ) 
1927-28 compared with 1926-27 



Imports 



Exports 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



United States 

United Kingdom. 

Germany 

Japan 

Netherlands 

France 

Belgium 

Italy 



.\rgentina 

British India 

New Zealand 

Australia 

China' 

Newfoundland 

Cuba 

.lamaica 

Colombia 

British South Africa 

Switznrlaml 

British Guiana 

Barbados 

Norway 

British West Indies, Other. , 

Brazil 

Denmark 

Peru 

Sweden 

Trinidad and Tobago 

Fiji 

Greece 

Iri-sh Free State 

British Straits Settlements. 
Hong Kong 



'housand S 

719,444 

185,889 

17,056 

12,505 

8.749 

26.474 

9,944 

4.242 

9.8.50 

9,240 

8.262 

5.302 

2.572 

2.098 

5.. '587 

5.481 

7,580 

404 

8.596 

6.072 

6.216 

1.064 

3.5.53 

2.088 

126 

5,216 

1.802 

2.099 

4.318 

254 

30 

2.459 

1.441 



Thousand $ 

478,006 

410.704 

42.244 

32,957 

35,538 

9.946 

20.782 

18.743 

11.086 

11.043 

11,367 

14.192 

13.432 

11.661 

5.387 

4.984 

1.733 

8.725 

498 

2,285 

1.837 

6.666 

3.858 

4.897 

6.. 391 

1.286 

4.612 

4,241 

208 

4.282 

4.325 

1.492 

2.466 



Thousand S 
+) 32,421 



+) 
+ ) 
+ ) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
+ ) 
+ ) 
+) 
+ ) 
-) 
-) 
+ ) 
-) 
+ ) 
+ ) 
-) 
-) 
+ ) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
+ ) 
-) 

;i 

-) 
+) 
-) 
-) 
-) 
+) 



21.9.50 
2,026 
1.335 
1.055 
2.482 

281 

798 
4.193 
1.359 
3,684 

994 
2.470 

229 
2,490 

721 
6,463 

597 

896 
1.4R0 
2.425 

153 
1.067 

118 
49 

677 

218 

722 

3.087 

75 

17 

298 
19 



Thouand S 
+) 11,583 



-) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
-) 
-) 
-) 
-) 
+) 
-) 
-) 
-) 
+ ) 
-) 
+) 
+) 
+) 
-) 
-) 
+) 
+) 
+ ) 
-) 
+) 
-) 
+) 
+ ) 
-) 
-) 
-) 

:;! 



36, !69 

7.833 

3.028 

9,164 

6.274 

559 

4.072 

2.016 

1.048 

2,172 

4,774 

85 

491 

1.441 

676 

384 

336 

96 

124 

213 

l,6:i8 

109 

2.394 

725 

121 

1.196 

400 

19 

1.741 

1.732 

668 

1.006 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 

CANADA'S TRADE WITH PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES, 1927-28— Concluded 
Note: Countries armnged in order of importance 



Rank 


Countries 


Imports for 
Consump- 
tion 1927-28 


Exports, 

(Domestic) 

1927-1928 


Increase (+) or Decrease (— ) 
1927-28 compared with 1926-27 




Imports 


Export* 


34 


Mexico 


Thousand 1 
1,174 
1,131 


Thousand $ 
2.540 
2,364 


Thousand S 
(-) 1.199 
(+) 274 


Thousand S 
(-) 221 


35 


Dutch £ast Indies 


(-) 1.288 




Total above 35 countries 






1,088,378 
1,108,956 


1,196,868 
1,228.208 


(-I-) 77.354 
{+) .78,063 


(-) 25,436 




Total all Countries 


(-) 23,950 




British Empire 






249,080 
859,876 


499,278 
728,930 


(+) 35,011 
(+) 43,052 


(-) 41.160 




Foreign Countries 


(-I-) 17.210 



Canada's Import Trade, 1927-28 

Tlie increase in the import trade, 1928 compared with 1927, amounting to 
$78,063,000, was contributed to by increases in each of the main groups, except 
in the Non-metallic Minerals and Miscellaneous groups. The Agricultural and 
Vegetable Products group increased from $213,098,000 to $238,186,000, or 
$25,088,000. (Under this group alcoholic beverages increased $16,588,000; 
fruits, $4,082,000; corn, $2,147,000; vegetables, $1,581,000; and cocoa and 
chocolate, $1,367,000; while raw sugar decreased $2,109,000; and seeds, $1,211,- 
000.) The Animals and Animal Products group increased from $53,214,000 to 
$65,790,000, or $12,576,000. (The chief increases under this group were: raw 
hides, $5,084,000; furs, $3,288,000; butter, $2,984,000; unmanufactured leather, 
$826,000; and fish, $471,000; while eggs in the shell decreased $840,000.) The 
Fibres and Textiles Products group increased from $183,584,000 to $186,996,000, 
or $3,412,000. (Principal imports under this group to show increases were: 
raw cotton, $4,469,000; artificial silk manufactures, $1,822,000; raw silk, 
$1,008,000; and jute cloth or canvas, $972,000; while imports of binder twine 
decreased $1,781,000; dyed cotton fabrics, $1,695,000; siUc fabrics, $900,000; 
manila and sisal grass, $776,000; and dress goods (wool) to be dyed, $658,000.) 
The Wood, Wood Products and Paper group increased from $47,963,000 to 
$51,751,000, or $3,788,000. (Under this group unmanufactured wood increased 
$1,183,000; books and printed matter, $1,091,000; manufa<?tured wood, $955,- 
000; and paper, $558,000.) Iron and Its Products increased from $229,429,000 
to $259,573,000, or $30,144,000. (The imports to show increases under this 
group were: farm implements, $10,690,000; machinery, $7,519,000; auto- 
mobiles, $7,339,000; automobile parts, $2,901,000; and engines and boilers, 
$2,085,000; while rolling mill products decreased $2,626,000.1 The Non-ferrous 
Metals Products group increased from $52,748,000 to $60,190,000, or $7,442,000. 
(The chief increases were: alumina and cryolite, $2,225,000; electric apparatus, 
$2,112,000; copper bars and rods, $1,044,000; and nickel-plated ware, $690,- 
000.) The Non-metallic Minerals Products group decreased from $156,785,000 
to $153,049,000, or $3,736,000. (The chief decreases were: anthracite coal, 
$3,271,000; crude petroleum oil, $2,364,000; refined petroleum oil, $765,000; 
and glass, $509,000; while the following show increases: coal and fuel oil for 
ships' stores, $2,815,000; clay products, $1,072,000; and asphalt, $430,000.) 
The Chemical and Allied Products group increased from $31,844,000 to $33,- 
572,000, or $1,728,(X)0. (The imports under this group showing increases were: 
fertilizers, $653,000; and paints and varnishes, $408,000.) Miscellaneous com- 
modities decreased from $62,227,000 to $59,849,000, or $2,378,000. 

For further information relative to Canada's imports in 1928, see the fol- 
lowing tables showing " Canada's Imports by Main Groups, 1927-28," and " One 
Hundred Commodities Imported into Canada, 1927-28." 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 

CANADA'S IMPORTS BY MAIN GROUPS, 1927-28 
Notb: Values m Thousands of Dollars 



Main tiiwup- 



Total 
Imports 
1927-28 



Imports from 



United United 
Kingdom States 



Increase ^+) or Decrease (— ) 
1927-28 compared with 1926-27 



Total 



United 
Kingdom 



United 
States 



Agricultural and Vegetable Pro- 
ducts 

Animal Products 

Fibres and Textiles 

Wooti and Pap)er 

Iron and Its Products 

Non- Ferrous Metals 

Non-Metallic Minerab 

Chemical Products 

Miscellaneous 

Total imports 

Dutiable goods 

Free goods 



238. 186 
65.790 

186.996 
51,751 

259,573 
60,19G 

153.049 
33.572 
59,849 



51,134 

6.091 
71.464 

4.360 
17.726 

5,795 
14,468 

4.422 
10,429 



102,209 
40.583 
69,431 
43,992 

233,991 
48.386 

117.448 
22.246 
41,157 



(-I-) 25,088 
{+) 12,576 
(+) 3,412 
<+) 3,788 
(+) 30,144 
(+) 7,442 
(-) 3,736 
(+) 1.727 
(-) 2,378 



(-f-) 12,880 



(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
C+) 
(-) 
(+) 



686 
1,288 

442 
2,717 

152 
5,214 

485 
1.632 



(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 



1,108,956 



185,889 



719,443 



{+) 78,063 



(-I-) 21.950 



710,050 
398,906 



150,054 
35,835 



416,047 
303,396 



(-f) 50,153 
(-I-) 27,910 



{+) 15.083 
(+) 6,867 



(+) 
{+) 



lb 



5,105 
5,145 
2,505 
2,870 

27.336 
6,160 

14.507 
1.623 
3.816 



(-I-) 32,421 



23,382 
9,039 



ONE HUNDRED COMMODITIES IMPORTED INTO CANADA,»1927-28 
NoTCS. — Commodities arranged in order of importance; Value in thousands of dollars. 



Rank 


1927 


1928 


1 


1 


3 


3 


6 


8 


»_ 


4 


7 


8 


4 


• 


6 


7 


13 


8 


11 


9 


12 


10 


8 


11 





12 


10 


13 


14 


14 


15 


15 


18 


16 


17 


17 


27 


18 


16 


19 


24 


20 


20 


21 


23 


22 


21 


23 


10 


24 


26 


25 


U 


26 


22 


27 


29 


28 


31 


29 


32 


30 


28 


31 


34 


32 


33 


38 


30 


34 


3ft 


86 


38 


36 


80 


37 


37 


88 


6ft 


39 


47 


40 


43 


41 


39 


43 


44 


43 


4« 


44 


49 


45 


40 


46 



Commodity 



ToUl 
Imports 
1927-28 



Imports from 



United 
Kingdom 



United 
Sutes 



Increase (-f-) or Decrease (— ) 
1927-28 compared with 1926-27 



Total 



United 
Kingdom 



United 

Sutes 



Coal (except tor ships' stores) 

IfaehiiMry 

Spirits and wines 

Crnde petroleum (except for ships 

stores) 

Antomobilea 

Raw sugar 

Antomobile parts 

Farm implements 

Green fruits 

Raw cotton 

Plates and sheets (iron) 

Raw rubbar 

Silk fabrics and velvets 

Electric apparatus 

Elngines and boilers 

Raw furs 

Books and printed matter 

Raw hides 

Worsteds and serges 

Com •. .. 

Tea 

Paper 

Vegetable oils 

Gasoline 

Wood manufactures 

Planks and boards 

Coloured or printed cottoos. . . 

Clay and its products 

Settlers' sffecta 

Structural iron and steel 

Glass and glassware 

Jute cloth or canvas 

Capper and its prodoots 

Bars and rails (iron) 

Raw tobaeeo 

Stone and its products 

Woollen clothug 

Dried fruits 

Alumina 

Fresh vegetables .<....«.... 

I^eather, unmanufactured . 

Greso ooffee . . . 

Robber maanfaetures 

Brass and its products 

Noils, tops sad waste wool 

Raw wool 



58,270 
48,601 
45,471 

34,126 
34,422 
33,267 
33,237 
29,636 
24,859 
24,640 
22,400 
21,337 
19.862 
19,044 
17,007 
16,496 
14,832 
14,141 
13,438 
13.058 
12.310 
11.918 
11.700 
11,550 
10,713 
10,004 
10,251 
9,662 
9,192 
8,656 
8,130 
7,863 
7.250 
7,198 
7,010 
6,306 
6.357 
6,312 
6.281 
«,070 
5,960 
5,667 
5.33« 
5.154 
5,131 
5,138 



6,688 
5,104 
38,370 

22 
399 



92 

198 

103 

11 

3,828 

60 

1,518 

1,740 

965 

1,196 

2,182 

128 

10,928 



5,280 
1.452 

388 
1 

692 

23 

5,096 

3.909 

1.171 

137 
1,331 
2,057 

151 

876 
30 

522 
5,285 

408 



73 

1,601 

637 

«•« 

627 
4,880 
2.849 



51,502 
42,343 

7 

21,461 

34,107 

384 

33,104 

29,133 

23,795 

24,629 

18,175 

19,292 

2.350 

16,762 

15,928 

12,208 

11,955 

10,185 

71 

6,772 

81 

9,168 

9,822 

11,546 

8.943 

10,407 

4.079 

3.831 

7,744 

8.195 

4,070 

985 

7.062 

5.646 

6.895 

5,378 

591 

4,456 

6,239 

6.480 

4,3M 

16 

4,481 

4,2«4 

SS8 

886 



(-) 3,849 
(+) 7,519 
(+) 16,492 



(-) 2 

(+) 7 

(-) 2 

(+) 2 

(+) 10 

(+) 3 

(+) 4 

(-) 1 
(-) 

(-) 1 

(+) 2 

(+) 2 

(+) 3 

(+) 1 

(+) 6 
(-) 

(+) 2 
(+) 
(4-) 
(+) 
(-) 

^+> 
(+) 
(-) 1 
(+) 1 

+) 1 

+) 

+) 
.+) 
(-) 1 

(+) 
(+) 2 
W 1 
(+) 

(+) 

(-h) 
(-) 



364 
339 
109 
,901 
690 
572 
,469 
,685 
976 
,480 
.112 
.085 
.261 
,091 
,084 
7Q3 
,147 
73 
558 
52 
923 
955 
475 
,282 
,072 
,394 
986 
609 
073 
178 
,151 
546 
430 
70 
240 
.646 
.390 
83« 
9 
36« 
158 
476 
638 



(+) 4,973 
(-f-) 769 
(+) 13.141 



(+) 
(+) 



(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 
+) 

i! 



i?! 
!;! 

ii! 

(+) 
i+> 

Si 

-) 

li 

(-) 

It! 
it! 

!+) 
+) 
+ 



23 
64 
23 
11 
2,469 
7 

260 
67 

190 
76 

190 
34 



569 

91 

167 

1 

143 

11 

1.287 

382 

24 

91 

171 

606 

40 

49 

31 

3 

193 

136 

I 

19 
773 
313 
34 
II 
444 
410 



(-) 
(+) 
(-) 

&! 

(-) 
(+) 

^+) 
(+) 

(+) 



(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 

(+) 

(-) 
(+) 
(+) 

1?! 

+) 

t! 

(-) 
+) 



(+) 
(-) 



8,304 

6,633 

3 

7.948 

7,315 

716 

2.909 

10,639 

3,395 

4.466 

2,377 

1,064 

484 

2.166 

1,855 

2.655 

841 

3.093 

71 

1,869 

4 

346 

2.680 

927 

609 

448 

133 

403 

1.410 

877 

816 

330 

341 

963 

434 

411 

27 

643 

2,605 

1,035 

44 

13 

181 

76 

148 

896 



M456-a 



10 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



ONE HUNDRED COMMODITIES IMPORTED INTO CANADA. iVTl-K-Coneluded 
NoTss. — Commodities arranged in order of importance; Value in thousands of dollars 



Rank 



1027 1928 



Commodity 



Total 
Imports, 
1927-28 



Imports from 



United United 
Kingdom States 



Increase (+) or Decrease (— ) 
1927-28 compared with 1926-27 



Total 



United 
Kingdom 



United 
Sutes 



59 
52 
50 
41 
69 
42 
61 
56 
55 
48 
45 
70 
57 
«« 
61 
68 
63 
64 
flO 
54 
62 
72 
53 
75 
76 
73 
74 
81 
80 
77 
84 
71 
78 
79 
82 
90 
88 
87 
83 
91 
58 
67 
85 
86 
93 
95 
96 
92 
89 
94 
99 
98 
100 
97 



47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
63 
64 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 



Raw silk 

Nuts (except cocoanuts) 

Paints and varnishes 

Coke 

Cocoa and chocolate 

Band or hoop iron 

Meats 

I>eather manufactures 

Woollen yams 

CastinKs and forgings (iron) 

Sisal and nianila grass 

Grey and White cottons 

Scientific and educational equipment. 

Fertilisers 

Hardware and cutlery 

Containers (outside coverings) 

Silk clothing 

Dyeing and tanning materials 

Tweedb 

Goods returned within five years 

Tubes and pipe (iron) 

Post office parcels 

Ships' stores 

Wire of iron or steel 

Clocks and watches 

Hats and caps 

Soda and soda compounds 

Fish 

Diamonds, unset 

Medicinal preparations 

Canned fruits 

Tin in blocks 

Sulphur 

Iron ore 

Cotton yams 

Carpets (wool) 

Molasses 

Animals, living 

Musical instruments 

Rice 

Binder twine 

Seeds 

Cotton clothing 

Cotton lace and embroidery 

Toys and doUs 

Pigs and ingots (iron) 

Jewellery 

Silk 3rara, artificial 

Dress goods to be dyed 

Refined sugar 

Canned vegetables 

Rods of iron and steel 

Soap 

iLemp 



Total value of above commodities. 

Total Value of Imports 

Perosotage represented by above 
oommoditiea 



5,074 
4,676 
5,014 
4,810 
4,789 
4,615 
4,586 
4,668 
4,356 
4,296 
4,255 
4,182 
4.147 
4,146 
4,098 
4,088 
3,999 
3.941 
3.772 
3.772 
3,739 
3.410 
3,357 
3,318 
3,304 
3,215 
3,181 
3,097 
3,068 
3,036 
3.008 
2,987 
2,908 
2,890 
2,880 
2.806 
2.742 
2.507 
2.378 
2,358 
2,295 
2,281 
2,274 
2.254 
2.118 
2,052 
1,858 
1,784 
1,567 
1,454 
1,441 
1.198 
1,178 
1.106 



918.064 
1,108,956 



2 
120 
771 
107 
720 
473 
310 

1.336 

4.110 

697 

49 

1.658 

269 

26 

1.002 

1.646 
445 
138 

3.286 
472 
427 
486 
279 

1.170 
76 

1,439 
727 
220 
987 
909 
210 
948 



790 
1,326 

48 
236 

89 

10 

56 
264 
421 
1,144 
239 
364 
131 

86 
868 

11 
4 

16 
148 



144.521 
185,889 



77-7 



3.856 
1.550 
3,328 
4,594 

957 
3.878 
3,609 
2,446 

31 
3.694 
3,829 
2,642 
3,466 
2.921 
2,339 
1,380 
1,937 
2,565 

25 
3,002 
3,052 
2.923 
2,343 
1.825 
1.219 

947 
2,241 

968 
18 
1.447 
1,694 
1,763 
2.903 
2,227 
2,084 

188 

345 
2,228 
1,897 

562 

866 
1.079 
1.466 

382 

838 
1.364 
1.145 

394 



170 
840 
333 
893 
1,075 



603,317 
719,443 



83-8 



1,008 
319 
408 
728 
1,368 
563 

24 
456 
238 
468 
776 
852 

71 
653 
223 
619 
162 
202 
258 
481 
103 
225 
882 
157 
163 

46 

18 
471 
268 

72 
223 
272 

97 

55 
303 
625 
444 
173 
168 
242 
1.781 
1,211 
191 
169 
177 
418 
383 
263 
658 
202 
222 
212 

27 
353 



66,410 
78,063 



(+ 
(-1- 
(- 
{+ 
l- 
(- 
(+ 
(+ 
(+ 
(- 
(+ 
(+ 
(+ 
(- 
(- 
(+ 
(4- 

(+) 



8 
47 

102 
16 
21 

126 
32 

272 

264 
30 

213 
49 
21 
66 

279 
52 
20 

471 

738 

8 

37 

68 

170 
9 

49 
42 
38 
56 

199 
14 

109 



77 
74 
9 

55 

34 

84 

26 

5 

2 

157 

24 

124 

22 

202 

421 

1 

4 

16 

11 



(+) 
(-) 

!i! 

(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
1-) 
(+) 

S! 

(+) 
(+) 

Si 

(-) 
{+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 

!:• 

(+) 

ii! 

(+) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 



(+) 
(+) 



21,044 
21,950 



(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 



334 

79 

212 

777 

135 

688 

119 

845 

2 

724 

397 

600 

25 

606 

221 

149 

263 

896 

9 

562 

127 

196 

766 

33 

28 

155 

22 

73 

7 

30 

179 

85 

95 

15 

326 

33 

90 

126 

138 

295 

1.793 

258 

172 

49 

82 

282 

118 

13 



61 
119 
96 
28 
254 



(+) 

(+) 



30,448 
32,421 



Canada's Export Trade, 1927-28 

Canada's domestic exports for 1928 compared with 1927 show a decrease 
of $23,950,000. Five of the main groups show decreases and four increases. 
The Agricultural and Vegetable Products group decreased from $574,994,000 
to $555,110,000 or $19,884,000. (The principal decreases occurred in the fol- 
lowing items: sugar, $8,855,000; wheat flour, $8,841,000; oat«, $4,324,000; 
barley, $2,402,000; seeds, $2,187,000; vegetables, $1,867,000; and hay, $1,562,- 
000; while the following items show increases: rye, $4,599,000; alcoholic bev- 
erages, $2,449,000; and rubber products, $1,931,000.) The Animals and Ani- 
mal Products group decreased from $167,291,000 to $165,845,000 or $1,446,000. 
(The chief items to show decreases were: meats, $4,937,000; cheese, $3,855,0(X); 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 



11 



butter, $2,298,000; swine, $1,586,000; fish, $980,000; milk and cream (fresh), 
$900,000; and eggs, $476,000; while the following show increases; raw hides, 
$4,655,000; furs, $3,706,000; unmanufactured leather, $2,821,000; and cattle, 
$2,298,000.) The Fibres and Textile Products group increased from $7,665,000 
to $10,904,000 or $3,239,000. (The chief commodities to show increases under 
this group were: raw wool, $1,611, OCX); artificial silk, $517,000; binder twine, 
$427,000; and cotton products, $379,000.) The Wood, Wood Products and 
Paper group increased from $284,120,000 to $284,543,000 or $423,000. (Paper 
under this group, chiefly newsprint, increased $11,763,000; books and printed 
matter, $112,000; while unmanufactured wood (principally laths, planks and 
boards and shingles) decreased $8,485,000; and manufactured woods (largely 
woodpulp), $2,967,000.) The Iron and Its Products group decreased from 
$74,285,000 to $62,754,000 or $11,531,000. (The chief decreases were: auto- 
mobiles, $6,910,000; automobile parts, $2,098,000; farm implements, $1,770,000; 
while machinery increased $1,411,000.) The Non-Ferrous Metals Products 
group increased from $80,639,000 to $90,840,000 or $10,201,000. (The main 
increases under this group were: aluminium in bars, blocks, etc., $5,474,0(X); 
nickel, $4,105,000; raw gold, $2,182,000; copper, $676,000; while lead decreased 
$1,583,000; and silver, $1,114,000.) The Non-Metallic Mineral Products 
group decreased from $28,510,000 to $25,281,000 or $3,229,000. (The chief 
commodity to show decrease was coal, which decreased $2,441,000.) Th«» 
Chemical and Allied Products group increased from $16,575,000 to $17,893,000 
or $1,318,000. (The chief increases occurred in fertilizers, which increased 
$801,000; and acids, which increased $690,000.) The Miscellaneous Commodi- 
ties group decreased from $18,077,000 to $15,036,000 or $3,041,000. (The 
export of films under this group decreased $1,562,000; settlers' effects, $1,197,- 
000; and cameras, $637,000.) 

The decrease in Canada's exports 1928 compared with 1927 was due 
entirely to lower average export prices. The statistics in the following table 
clearly demonstrate that if the average export price in 1928 for certain staple 
products had been the same as in 1927, the Dominion's exports in 1928 would 
have been $20,354,000 greater (instead of $23,950,000 less) than in 1927. 



Commodity 



Declared 

Values 

Fiscal Year 

1928 



Based on 1927 
Average 
Values 



Increase 



Wheat 

Wheat flour 

Rubber tires 

Planka and boards 

Potatoes 

Ck)pper ore 

Cattle 

Aluminium in bars, etc 

Newsprint paper 

Bacon and nams 

Total above commodities 



352,117,000 
59,879,000 
20,274,000 
55,. 398. 000 
7,3.39,000 
7,083,000 
13,877,000 
10,822,000 

128.507,000 
11,941.000 



379,268,000 
63,570,000 
23,834,000 
57.485.000 
9,046,000 
8,781.000 
15,140,000 
11,961,000 

129,524,000 
12.932,000 



667,237,000 



711,541,000 



27,151,000 
3,691,000 
3,560,000 
2,087,000 
1,707,000 
1,698,000 
1.263.000 
1,139,000 
1,017,000 
991,000 



44.304,000 



For further details respecting Canada's exports in 1928 see the following 
tables: " Canada's Domestic Exports, by Main Groups, 1927-28," and " Seventy 
Leading Canadian Commodities Exported from Canada, 1927-28." 

0M65-2i 



12 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



CANADA'S DOMESTIC EXPORTS, BY MAIN GROUPS. 1927-28 
Note: Values in Thousands of Dollars 



Main Groups 


Total 

Domestic 

Exports 

i»27-28 


Exports to 


Increase (+ ) or Decrease ( — ) 
1927-28 compared with 1926-27 


United 
Kingdom 


United 
States 


Total 


United 
Kingdom 


United 

Sutes 


Agricultural and Vegetable 
Products 


555,111 
165,845 
10.904 
284.543 
62,754 
90,841 
25,281 
17,893 
15.036 


310.219 

48.683 

1.897 

17.171 

8.196 

15.697 

1.934 

4,234 

2,669 


56.091 
92.244 

4.922 
238,986 

8,831 
44,114 
15,510 

8,678 

8,630 


(-) 19.884 
(-) 1,446 
(+) 3.239 
(+) 423 
(-) 11.531 
(+) 10.201 
(-) 3,229 
(+) 1.318 
(-) 3,041 


(-) 19,851 
(-) 19.136 
(+) 1.037 
(+) 1,336 
(+) 66 
(+) 1,522 
(-) 391 
(+) 667 
(-) 1.423 


(-) 3,866 


Animal Products 


(+) 16.624 


Fibres and Textiles 


(-f-) 1.471 


Wood and Paper 


(.-) 3.033 


Iron and Its Products 

Non-Fcrrous Metals 

Non-Metallic Minerals 

Chemical Products 


(-) 1.849 
(+) 5,107 
(-) 1.742 
(+) 586 


Miscellaneous 


(-) 2,014 






Total exports (domestic). 
Foreign exports 


1,228,208 
21,248 


410.700 
2. 072 


478,006 
18,641 


(-) 23.950 
(+) 6.833 


(-) 36.173 
(-I-) 928 


(+) 11.584 
(-I-) 5.728 






Total exports 


1.250.456 


412.772 


496,647 


(-) 17,117 


(-) 35.247 


{+) 17.312 







SEVENTY LEADING CANADIAN COMMODITIES EXPORTED FROM CANADA. 1927-28. 
Notbb: Commodities arranged in order of importance; Valaes in tboosands o( dollars. 



Rank 


Commodity 


Total 
Domestic 
Exports. 

1927-28 


Export 


sto — 


Increase (+) or Decrease (-) 1927-28 
compared with 1926-27 


1937 


1928 


United 
Kingdom 


United 

.States 


Total 


United 
Kingdom 


I'nited 
States 


1 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
81 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 


Wheat 


352.117 

129.226 

50.879 

55.398 

47.261 

33,519 

24,841 

24,472 

24,023 

23.473 

21.485 

21.101 

20,274 

17.026 

15.643 

15.183 

14.512 

13.877 

11.881 

11.862 

11.714 

11.186 

10.822 

10.677 

10.649 

9.036 

8.119 

7.841 

7.389 

6.820 

6.400 

6.348 

6.261 

6.167 

5.706 

5.414 

5.401 

4.084 

4.746 

4.207 

4.378 

4.344 

3.000 

3.6<« 

3.543 

3.830 

3.330 


244,816 
2.918 

20,247 
7.461 
3.093 
5,417 
4.718 

11,742 
9.149 

15.330 
124 

17.828 

3,751 

5.785 

639 


9.504 

118.406 

46 

42.520 

37.815 

13.821 

87 

11.289 

14.168 

8 

18.380 

2.444 

27 

7.132 

3,623 

15.183 

12.691 

13.527 

347 

4.499 

11.417 

8.223 

7.919 

6.535 

1 

8,990 

110 

7.840 

4,593 

6.713 

6.470 

2 

38 

305 

5.148 

4.776 

5.376 

3.006 

3.115 

4.201 

502 

383 

531 

1,363 

1.406 

3.338 


(+1 

(- 
(-) 

(- 
(+) 
(- 
(+) 
(- 

(+i 
(- 
(- 
(+ 
{+ 
(- 
(- 
(+ 
(+ 
(+ 
(+ 
(+ 
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(- 
(- 
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978 

12.233 

8.841 

4,397 

2.627 

980 

6.910 

4.937 

3.738 

2.402 

2.772 

3.855 

1.708 

4.105 

1.770 

217 

658 

3.308 

1.583 

1.114 

4.656 

2,821 

5.474 

62 

4.509 

2.182 

836 

900 

3.378 

1,596 

1.406 

27 

8.855 

1.411 

1.107 

801 

153 

337 

3.441 

1.078 

4.324 

436 

847 

68 

1.562 

> 7 

690 


(-) 
f-l-) 
(-) 
{-) 
(+) 
(-) 
(-♦-) 
<-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 


7.091 

1.554 

4.368 

888 

834 

120 

814 

8.884 

1.016 

808 

34 

3.841 

200 

1.643 

35 


(-) 
(+) 

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1.674 


3 




10.041 


t 

4 
5 

6 

7 

8 

11 


Wheat flour .....>, v.i.^r}af"< 

Planks and boards ; 

Wood pulp 

Fish 

Automobiles 

Meats 


38 

5.732 

3.836 

650 

34 
4.045 
1.417 





Barley 


8 


12 


Whiskey 


3,331 


10 


Cheese 


30 


13 




71 


30 


Nickel 


1.185 


14 




683 


16 




317 


17 




i.771 

130 

4.256 

14 


(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 

t! 

(+) 


564 

6.310 

1.135 

284 

35 

1.028 

754 

121 

487 

17 

060 

1 


44 


31 


Cattle 


8.513 


18 


Lead 


171 


19 




1.380 


31 




4.680 


29 




2.453 

846 

823 

4.505 

1 

1.218 

1 


1.683 


38 




3.713 


22 




448 


35 


Rye 


3 


83 


Raw (Old 


3.1M 


27 


Zinc 


330 


25 




000 


33 




3,060 


28 


Bhii^es (wood) 


2 




1,611 


34 






3.450 


34 
16 




2.354 

2.728 

1.350 

371 


(-) 
(-) 
(+) 
(-) 


110 

6.034 

344 

38 






(- 

ft 
ft 

(- 

ft 

(+ 
(- 
(- 
<-J 

<+ 


68 


40 




151 


82 


Hcttiers* effect* 


1.060 


44 




l,6tS 


36 








140 


41 




98 

216 

4 

1.305 

8.568 

1.138 


(-) 


16 

703 

4 

8.370 

634 

85 


486 


30 


Coal . 


31 


37 


PlAXMwd 


1.061 


26 


Oats 


346 


43 




118 


45 


Milk. condeBsed 


406 


47 
30 




306 




1.341 


(-) 


806 


863 


51 


Poles (wood) 


38 


se 


Acida 


3.838 


i.m H+ 


(+) 


470 


(+ 


103 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 



13 



SEVENTY LEADING CANADIAN COMMODITIES EXPORTED FROM CANADA, \m-2»-Comihiiti 
Nons: Coinmoditie* arranged in order of importaace; Values ia thoosaads of doUara 





Rank 


Commodity 


ToUl 
Domestic 
Exports, 

1927-28 


Exports to — 


Increase (+) or Decrease (- ) 1927-28 
compared with 1926-27 




1927 


1928 


United 
Kingdom 


United 
States 


Total 


United 
Kingdom 


United 
States 


1 


^ 67 
48 
54 

61 


48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
63 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
69 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
09 
70 




3,207 
3.150 
2.885 
2.821 
2.750 
2.738 
2,702 
2.658 
2.567 
2.216 
2.059 
2.053 
1.894 
1.849 
1,799 
1.755 
1.684 
1.643 
1.272 
1.045 
993 
813 
613 


424 

720 

502 

183 

9 


230 

2.352 

137 

2.505 

2.626 

2.726 

1.997 

1.428 

69 

2 

3 

823 

159 

98 


(+) 

(+) 

{+) 
(+) 

(+) 
(+) 

(+) 
(+) 


647 

1.611 
496 
143 
732 
613 

1.059 
77 

2,098 
353 
164 
427 
437 
151 
175 
309 

1,562 
408 
376 

2.298 

65 

322 

537 


\+) 24 
(+) 619 
(-) 26 
(+) 147 

1+) 7 


( + 
(+ 

(+ 

(+ 
f+ 

(+ 


68 


■ 




936 




Hardware and cutlery 


2 




Abrasives, artificial, crude 


137 






720 


so 


Ferro-mannnese and ferro silicon. . . 
Clover seed 


609 


46 


396 

840 

84 

2.212 

2,022 

12 

61 

292 

1,481 

120 

584 

273 

49 

15 

304 
38 


(-) 103 
(-) 81 
(-) 343 
(-) 351 
(+) 180 
(-) 79 
1-) 146 
(+) 166 
(+) 77 
(-) 195 
(-f) 343 
I-) 189 
(-) 1 
(-) 2,191 
(-) 14 
(-) 144 
(-) 42 


1,045 


53 


Paper board 


25 




43 

67 
«2 
«5 


Automobile parts 


225 




Raw tobacco 


1 






3 




Binder twine 


392 


58 


Rolling mill products 


33 




63 
66 

59 
52 
60 
64 




10 




Oatmeal 


17 




Tubes and pipes 


667 
899 
1 
221 
101 
985 
482 
22 


41 




Hav 


1,876 






12 




Musical mstruments 


102 


49 


Butter 


6 




70 
69 
68 


Fish oils 


83 




Crude petroleum 


192 




Aluminium manufactures 


542 




Total valueofabovecommoditie: 
Total value of export »: ^Canadian) 
Percentaj;e represented by above 






1.160.723 
1.228.208 

94-4 


396.457 
410.700 

96-5 


446.330 
478.006 

93-3 


(-) 


24.460 
23.950 


(-) 37.460 
(-) 36,173 


(+ 
(+ 


13.217 
11.584 














Canada's Trade via the United States 

Canada's imports from overseas countries via the United States in recent 
years have steadily declined, especially from the British Empire. There was 
a decrease in the imports via the United States during the fiscal year 1928 
compared with 1927 of $643,626, the decrease from the British Empire amount- 
ing to $1,545,840, while those from foreign countries show an increase of 
$902,214. The appended table shows that imports from the United Kingdom 
via the United States from 1927 to 1928 increased from $728,001 to $773,694; 
from Other British Empire decreased from $3,832,540 to $2,241,007; while the 
imports from foreign countries increased from $8,200,679 to $9,102,893. The 
proportions were: United Kingdom, 1927, 0-41 per cent, 1928. 0-42 per cent; 
Other British Empire, 1927, 7-71 per cent, 1928, 3-55 per cent; and foreign 
countries, 1927, 6-3 per cent; 1928, 6-48 per cent. 

IMPORTS INTO CANADA VIA THE UNITED STATES 



Imports from 



Years ended March 31 



1925 



1926 



1027 



1928 



United Kingdom ria United States 

Per cent of total imports from United King- 
dom 

Other BritiHh Empire via United States 

Per cent of total imports from Other British 
Empire 

Foreign countries via United States 

Per cent of total imports from Foreign Coun- 
tries 

Total Imports via United States 

Per cent of total import* from Overseas 

countries 



554.532 

0-4 
3.779.361 

8-6 
7,281.781 

7-9 



S 11.615.674 
4-2 



1.853,066 

M 
6.260,189 

14-2 
6,106.080 

5-5 



728.001 

0-41 
3,832.540 

7-71 
8,200.679 

6-3 



14.219,285 
4-5 



12.761,220 



773.694 

0-42 
2.241,007 

3-.S5 
9,102.893 

6-48 



12.117,594 
311 



14 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



Exports from Canada to overseas countries via the United States continue 
to remain about stationary, the proportion for the past three fiscal years 
being: 39-2 per cent, 39-5 per cent, and 38*9 per cent. The statistics in the 
table below indicate that Canada's exports to overseas countries via the United 
States were: United Kingdom, 1927, $216,313,000; 1928, $201,785,000; Other 
British Empire, 1927, $23,549,000; 1928, $26,762,000; and foreign countries, 

1927, $70,423,000; 1928, $63,060,000. The proportions were: United King- 
dom, 1927, 48-4 per cent; 1928, 49-1 per cent; Other British Empire, 1927, 
25-1 per cent; 1928, 30-2 per cent; and foreign countries, 1927, 28-7 per cent; 

1928, 25-1 per cent. 

EXPORTS FROM CANADA VIA THE UNITED STATES 



Exports to 


Year ended March 31 


1925 


1926 


1927 


1928 


United Kingdom via United States 


% 173,556,264 

43-7 
$ 18,350,573 

23 1 
i 65,452,730 
36-9 


237,327,986 

46-6 

22,157,401 

24-3 

70,466,599 

29- 1 


216,313,069 

48-4 
23,549,163 

25- 1 

70,422,646 

28 V 


201,784,594 


Per cent o( total exports to United Kingdom. 

Other British Empire via United States 

Per cent of total exports to Other British Em- 
pire 


491 
26,762,373 

30-2 


Foreign countries via United States 


63,060,434 


Per cent of total exports to Foreign countries . 


25 1 


Total exports via United States 


S 257,359,567 
39-3 


329,951.986 
39-2 


310,284,878 
39-5 


291,607,401 


Per cent of total exports to overseas countries 


38-9 



Cax.\da's Position in 1ntkrn.\tional Trade 

Canada continues to improve her position in international trade. The 
statistics in the following table giving *' Net Imports into Ten Leading Countries 
of the World " demonstrate that in imports she has made progress among the 
leading importing countries of the world. In 1913 Canada occupied eighth place 
in imports, being exceeded in value of imports by the United Kingdom, Ger- 
many, the United States, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Itiily, but in 
1927 she had advanced to fifth place, displacing the Netherlands, Belgium, and 
Italy. 

NET IMPORTS INTO TEN LEADING COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD 





Rank 




1913 


1926 


1927 


1 


1 


1 


3 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


8 


7 


fi 


7 


6 


« 


5 


8 


7 


13 


5 


8 


9 


9 


9 


10 


10 


10 



Countries 



Years ended December 31 



1913 



1926 



1927 



United Kingdom. 

United States 

Germany 

France 

Canada 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Ja^n 

British India 

Argentina 



3,207, 

1.7.^6, 

2.503, 

1.62.J. 

659, 

703. 

1,875. 

363, 

594, 

406, 



900.000 
900,000 
.300.000 
.300.000 
100,000 
600.000 
000.000 
300.000 
100.000 
600,000 



5,437. 
4.333, 
2.-368. 
1.928. 

993. 
1.015, 

978, 
1,085. 

864, 

793. 



.^00.000 
900,000 
300,000 
800.000 
000,000 
200.000 
700,000 
700,000 
600.000 
700.000 



335,400,000 
077,900.000 
366,100,000 
071.800.000 
066.700.000 
049. GOO. 000 
022.400.000 
995,400,000 
896,900,000 
828,800,000 



In export trade Canada has made greater progress than in import trade, as 
the statistics in the following table showing " Domestic Exports from Ten Lead- 
ing Countries of the World " indicate. In export trade, Canada in 1913 was in 



REPOftT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 



15 



tenth position, being exceeded by the Unit<?d Kingdom, the United States, Ger- 
many, France, thef Netherlands, British India, Belgium, Italy, and Argentina, 
but in 1927 she had moved up to fifth position, displacing the Netherlands, 
British India, Belgium, Italy, and Argentina. 

DOMESTIC EXPORTS FROM TEN LK.\DING COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD 





Rank 




1913 


1926 


1927 


2 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


10 


5 


5 


6 


6 


6 


9 


8 


7 


13 


4 


8 


8 


9 


9 


5 


10 


10 



Countries 



Years ended December 31 



1913 



1926 



1927 



United States.... 
United Kingdom. 

Germany 

France 

Canada 

British India 

Argentina 

Japan 

Italy 

Netherlands 



2,448, 

2,556, 

2,402, 

1,327, 

436, 

781, 

465, 

313, 

484, 

1,239, 



300.000 
200,000 
900.000 
900,000 
200,000 
900,000 
600.000 
500,000 
700,000 
400,000 



4.711, 

3,172, 

2,336, 

1,929, 

1,268, 

1,188, 

764, 

930, 

732, 

701, 



500,000 
500,000 
700,000 
500,000 
600,000 
500.000 
500.000 
700,000 
600.000 
100,000 



4.758, 

3,451, 

2,432, 

2,164, 

1.218, 

1,162, 

974, 

907, 

804, 

762, 



300.000 
000,000 
100.000 
700,000 
300,000 
400.000 
000 000 
900.000 
200,000 
000 000 



In respect to aggregate trade, it will be noted from the following table 
giving ''Aggregate Trade of Ten Leading Countries of the World " that Canada 
occupied ninth position in 1913 but in 1927 (as in 1926) she occupied fifth posi- 
tion, being exceeded in value of aggregate trade by the United States, the United 
Kingdom, Germany, and France. ^ * 



AGGREGATE TRADE OF TEN LE.ADING COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD 





Rank 




1913 


1926 


1927 


3 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


4 


4 


9 


5 


5 


7 


6 


6 


12 


7 


7 


8 


8 


8 


10 


10 


9 


5 


9 


10 



Countries 



Years ending December 31 



1913 



1926 



1927 



United States... 
United Kingdom. 

Germany 

France 

Canada 

British India 

Ji4)an 

Italy 

Argentina 

Netherlands 



4,205 
6,764 
4,966 
2.953 
1,095 
1,376 

676 
1.188 

872 
2,814 



200,000 
100,000 
200, OCO 
200,000 
300,000 
000.000 
800.000 
300,000 
200.000 
400,000 



9.045, 
8.610, 
4,705, 
3,858, 
2.261, 
2,053, 
2.016, 
1.747, 
1.558, 
1.679, 



400.000 
000.000 
000.000 
300.000 
600.000 
100,000 
400.000 
8G0.000 
200.000 
800.000 



836.200,000 
,786,400,000 
798.200.000 
236,500.000 
285.000.000 
059.300.000 
903.300,000 
8.53,200,000 
800.800.000 
784,400,000 



With reference to trade per capita, Canada has made a very creditable 
showing since 1913, as the following table giving " Per Capita Trade of Ten 
Leading Countries of the World " shows. In the year 1913 Canada occupied 
fifth place in imports per capita and in 1927 she occupied seventh place. In 
exports per capita Canada in 1913 occupied seventh place and in 1927 she had 
advanced to second place. New Zealand being in first place. In aggregate trade 
per capita Canada in 1913 occupied sixth place and in 1927 she had moved up to 
second place, New Zealand being in first place. 



If . TRADE AND COMMERCE 

PER CAPITA TRADE OF TEN LEADING COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD 



Rank 


1913 


1927 


3 


1 


« 


2 


1 


3 


5 


4 


7 


5 


4 


6 


2 


7 


8 


8 


10 


9 


9 


10 



Countries 



Years ending December 31 



1913 



Import Export Total 
Trade Trade Trade 



1927 



Import Export Total 
Trade Trade Trade 



New Zealand 

Canada 

Netherlands 

Australia 

Denmark 

Switzerland 

Belgium 

United Kingdom 

Argentina 

Norway 



I cts. 

98 89 
87 55 

256 35 
78 30 
75 08 
97 99 

118 07 
69 68 
46 74 
60 11 



$ cts. 

97 01 
57 95 
201 71 
74 78 
61 5.« 
70 25 
92 SS 
55 52 
53 61 
41 46 



S cts. 

195 90 
145 50 
458 06 
153 08 
136 63 
168 24 
210 62 
12.5 20 

100 .35 

101 57 



S cts. 

149 57 
112 06 
143 06 
125 11 
120 35 
124 73 
102 55 
117 97 
79 90 
91 24 



S cts. 

160 30 
127 99 

99 92 
108 81 
111 86 

98 43 

93 87 
76 30 

94 12 
63 05 



$ cts. 

309 87 
240 05 
233 98 
233 92 
232 21 
223 16 
196 42 
194 27 
174 02 
154 29 



In 1913 Canada occupied seventeen-th position among the principal com- 
mercial nations of the world with reference to visible trade balance as indicated 
in the following table showing " Trade Balances of Ten Leading Countries of 
the World ". In 1913 Canada's trade balance was unfavourable to the extent 
of $222,900,000, or $29.61 per capita, but in 1927 she was in third position, with 
a favourable trade balance of $151,700,000. In 1927, as in 1913. the United 
States occupied first place and Britir^h India second in amount of favourable 
trade balance. Canada still leads the world, however, in favourable trade bal- 
ance per capita, with Argentina a close second and New Zealand a good third. 
The standing is: Canada, $15.93; Argentina, $14.22; and New Zealand, $10.73. 

TRADE BALANCES OF TEN LEADING COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD 
Note. — Favourable balance marked (+); Unfavourable balance marked (— ). 





E^nli 




1913 


1926 


1927 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


17 


3 


3 


3 


10 


4 


18 


6 


5 


6 


4 


6 


12 


5 


7 


4 


8 


8 


5 


7 


9 


8 


9 


10 



Countries 



Years ending December 31 



1913 



Amount 



Per 
Capita 



1926 



Amount 



Per 
Capita 



1927 



Amount 



Per 
Capita 



United States 

British India 

Canada 

Argentina 

France 

Brazil 

Union of South Africa 

New Zealand 

Sweden 

Denmark 



Million $ 

(+) 691-4 
(+) 187-8 
(-) 222-9 
(+) 59-0 
(-) 297-4 
(-) 11-3 
(-) 62-6 
(-) 20 
(-) 7-9 
(-) 37.6 



(+) 

!i! 

(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 



S cts. 

7 13 

601 

29 6! 

6 78 

7 51 

46 
9 00 

1 90 
1 41 

13 51 



Million S 



(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
i+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 
(-) 
(-) 



377-6 

323-9 

275-6 

29-3 

0-6 

72-8 

1-1 

24-8 

20-3 

27-8 



(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
{-) 
{+) 
{+) 
(+) 
(-) 

\-] 



8 cts. 

3 22 

1 01 
29 34 

2 83 

02 

1 97 
14 

17 65 

3 36 
8 16 



Million $ 



(+) 
(+) 
{+} 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 



680-4 

265-6 

151-7 

147-2 

92-9 

44- 1 

18-3 

15-3 

9-8 

29-3 



(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(+) 
(-) 



S cts. 

5 74 
083 
15 93 
14 22 
2 28 

1 19 

2 43 
10 73 

1 61 
8 49 



Tour of Latin America 

During the past year, by direction of the Honourable the Minister of Trade 
and Commerce, the undersigned made an extensive tour, embracing various 
Latin-American countries, the trip including Cuba, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, 
Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, and Panama, for the purpose of establishing more 
intimate and friendly relations between the various government departments 
having to do with foreign trade and the Department of Trade and Commerce. 




REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 17* 

The most friendly feelings were found to exist ever>'where towards Canada, 
and a unanimous desire expressed in official circles and in the press to increase the 
trade and intercourse between them and the Dominion. In some of the countries 
mentioned, Canadian prestige of a high order is already firmly established by 
reason of banking, electrical, and other developments of Canadian capital. This 
should greatly assist and encourage Canadian exporters to pay more attention 
to these markets, which heretofore have been largely neglected. 

The total imports of Latin America for the last year for which statistics 
from all are available, viz. 1926, amounted to $2,370,977,000. During the same 
year, according to Canadian statistics of exports, Canada exported $43,535,000, 
whereas for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1928, the exports from Canada to 
Latin America had fallen to $34,286,480. 

The undersigned, however, from the great interest which is now evident in 
South America, believes there will be a very much better showing in the export-s 
at the close of the fiscal year ending March 31, 1929. 

RESULTS 

The tour was fruitful of important results. A Trade Commissioner oflRce is 
to be established in Lima, with jurisdiction in behalf of Canadian exporters over 
Peru, Bolivia, and Chile. 

The Trade Comrnissioner in Buenos Aires was instructed to pay more 
frequent visits to Uruguay and Chile, and an Assistant Trade Commissioner was 
sent to Buenos Aires to assist Canadian trade in this extended territory. 

The Trade Commissioner in Mexico City was sent on a special trip to 
Central America and is now visiting those countries. 

The Trade Commissioner in Buenos Aires, who accompanied the under- 
signed in his tour, made an extensive study of the trade conditions in each 
country visited and is now contributing special reports, in the Commercial 
Intelligence Journal, with regard thereto. 

Following the visit of the undersigned, the trade negotiations with Cuba, 
seeking a trade agreement between Canada and that countrj', which were in 
abeyance owing to a misunderstanding, were resumed by the Honourable the 
Minister of Finance for Canada thereafter, and successfully consummated. 

An arrangement was made for the distribution of Canadian Government 
motion picture films in every country in South America south of the equator. 

One of the largest of the Canadian chartered banks has opened branch 
offices in one country following the representations made to the undersigned 
by some of the highest Government officials. Such action, they stated, would be 
the most important step towards increasing the trade between Canada and the 
country concerned. 

The Canadian ^National Steamships has inaugurated a new steam- 
ship service to Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina, under subsidy by this Depart- 
ment, and negotiations are now under way for steamship services from Cana- 
dian Pacific ports to certain other Latin- American countries. 

During the visit of the undersigned to certain Latin-American countries, 
an entire absence of Canadian news was strikingly evident, hence arrange- 
ments have been made with one of the best known world news distributing 
agencies to furnish, by mail at regular intervals and as occasion warrants, to 
at least 100 of the principal newspapers in South and Central America, Cuba 
and Mexico, a minimum of 50,000 words annually of Canadian news calcu- 
lated to promote and maintain interest in Canada and Canadian commercial, 
financial and industrial activities. These letters are being furnished in the 
Spanish language. This service began upon the 1st of May of this ytear, 



18 TRADE AND COMMERCE 

during which month four news letters were sent to 115 newspapers in 
Spanish, and also to a number of English papers published in Latin-American 
countries. 

Special thanks are due for the very great kindness and courtesy shown 
the undersigned by the British Ambassador in the Argentine, the British 
Ministers in Mexico and Bolivia, and the Acting British Ministers in Cuba, 
Chile, Peru, Ecuador and Panama. In everj' case their kindness was unlimited, 
doing everything within their power to assist the undersigned in the objects of 
his tour. 

To Major E. L. McColl, the Canadian Trade Commissioner in Buenos 
Aires, who accompanied the undersigned during the arduous tour, special thanks 
are also due. His assistance and zeal never faltered in, at times, trying cir- 
cumstances. To Major McColl therefore should be given the credit of having 
contributed in a very large measure to the success of the mission. 

Commercial Intelligence Service 

The very nature of its work precludes the possibility of compiling a 
satisfactory or accurate resume of the widespread activities of the Commercial 
Intelligence Service. It may suffice, however, to record that the year under 
review has been featured by a number of important changes in methods and 
personnel, with a consequent increase in efficiency and a corresponding effect 
upon the development of foreign markets. 

While recognition of the value of the assistance which Trade Commis- 
sioners are rendering to Canadian manufacturers is more and more reflected 
in correspondence between the department, firms in the Dominion and import- 
ers abroad, practical evidence was secured as the result of a special efifort to 
determine the amount of new business which had been influenced in their 
respective territories by the Trade Commissioners. Without indicating to what 
extent and in what way the inquiry was conducted, it may be stated that 
such surveys as were undertaken, both in Canada and abroad, showed a total 
of $6,339,000 of new business directly or indirectly traceable to our offices. 
Last year's appropriation for the Commercial Intelligence Service amounted 
to $425,000, so that for every dollar expended on the service last year, over 
$14 came back to Canada in the form of new business. 

In putting forward a claim of this kind, it must be clearly borne in mind 
how impossible it is to indicate, by any method of investigation, what has been 
accomplished in the development of Canadian export trade through the aid of 
Trade Commissioners. The mere statement that a number of agencies have 
been established on the recommendation of or through the assistance of Trade 
Commissioners is simply an indication that business has been initiated, but it 
is difficult, if not impossible, to obtain details as to the developments that 
may take place. The part which the Trade Commissioner plays in such nego- 
tiations naturally ends when the arrangement is completed, and thereafter it 
is no part of his duty to canvass firms thus aided as to present results or 
future developments. Nevertheless, the total mentioned should be the more 
significant when it is realized that the figures have been, in most cases, fur- 
nished voluntarily by the firms, both Canadian and foreign, who have been 
thus assisted. 

CHANGES AFFECTING PERSONNEL 

With the object of having available Assistant Trade Commissioners in 
every office, whose training will enable them to fill new posts and vacancies 
as they occur, a larger number of Junior Trade Commissioners than has been 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER 19 

customary was secured through competitive examinations conducted by the 
Civil Service Commission. During the year eleven Junior Trade Commis- 
sioners were appointed, one of whom resigned. Eight of these have been 
assigned to overseas offices. 

The record of appointments, promotions and transfers for the {)eriod under 
review may be briefly indicated as follows: — 

O. M. Armstrong, appointed Junior Trade Commissioner, July 18, 1927, 
and assigned to Buenos Aires as Assistant Trade Commissioner, ^March 31, 
1928. 

C. S. Beck, appointed Junior Trade Commissioner, July 25, 1927; resigned 
March 31, 1928. 

P. W. Cook, resigned as Trade Commissioner at Kingston, Jamaica, 
March 31, 1928. 

V. E. Duclos, appointed Junior Trade Commissioner, July 18, 1927, and 
assigned to London as Assistant Trade Commissioner, March 31, 1928. 

J. H. English, Assistant Trade Commissioner, New York, transferred on 
March 16 to Jamaica to take charge of Kingston office, pending resignation of 
P. W. Cook. 

L. S. Glass, appointed Junior Trade Commissioner, April 1, 1927, and 
assigned to Bristol as Assistant Trade Commissioner December 3, 1927. 

J. J. Quay, Assistant Trade Commissioner at Milan, Italy, promoted to 
Canadian Trade Commissioner, Milan, May 5, 1927, and transferred to 
Brussels, March 12, 1928. 

G. R. Heasman, appointed Junior Trade Commissioner, July 12, 1927, 
and appointed as Assistant Trade Commissioner to Batavia, Java, March 31, 
1928. 

J. C. Macgillivray, Assistant Trade Commissioner, Hamburg, Germany, 
promoted to Trade Commissioner and transferred to Rotterdam, Holland, 
January 23, 1928. 

A. B. Muddiman, Trade Commissioner at Rotterdam, Holland, trans- 
ferred to Milan, Italy, January 23, 1928. 

F. H. Palmer, Canadian Trade Commissioner, Milan, Italy, resigned from 
the Service on May 5, 1927. 

M. B. Palmer, appointed Junior Trade Commissioner, December 14, 1927. 

J. G. F. Speers, appointed Junior Trade Commissioner, March 1, 1928. 

J. A. Strong, appointed Junior Trade Commissioner, April 1, 1927, and 
assigned to Liverpool, England, as Assistant Trade Commissioner, December 
3, 1927. 

L. J. H. Turcot, Junior Trade Commissioner, promoted to Assistant 
Trade Commissioner, Milan, Italy, November 2, 1927. 

■ APPOINTMENT OF DIRECTOR 

C. H. Payne, Secretary of the Commercial Intelligence Service, who had 
been acting as director since the resignation of W. McL. Clarke, December 
31, 1926, was confirmed in that appointment August 1, 1927. 

OFFICIAL VISITS OF TRADE COMMISSIONERS TO CANADA 

In accordance with long-standing practice. Trade Commissioners in rota- 
tion are allowed, after four years' residence abroad, to return to Canada in 
order to renew their knowledge of industrial conditions and to impart at first 
hand to exporters with whom they have been in communication, or to manu- 
facturers who are contemplating entering the export field, advice and detailed 



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information as to marketing conditions in their respective territories. Nine 
Trade Commi^^i "iit i- made business tours during the past fiscal year, visiting 
the larger towns and cities from Halifax to Vancouver. The average length of 
their stay in Canada is about four months. 

The following table gives the names of the Trade Commissioners who 
returned for this purpose and the dates of their tours: — 

James Cormack, Trinidad March 21. 1926— June 23, 1927. 

P. W. Cook, Kingston, Jamaica April, 1927^July 16, 1927. 

Frederic Hudd, New York City May 2, 1927— June 30, 1927. 

October 18, 1927— November 6, 1927. 

November 18, 1927— December 13, 1927. 

R. S. O'Meara, Batavia June 15, 1927— October 28, 1927. 

C. M. Croft, Auckland July 23, 1927— November 16, 1927. 

G. B. Johnson, Glasgow August 21, 1927— December 19, 1927. 

Harrison Watson, London September 3, 1927 — December 7, 1927. 

Hercule Barre, Paris October, 1927— December 2, 1927. 

J. A. Langley, Kobe November 19, 1927. 

A. S. Bleakney, Rio de Janeiro February 15, 1928. 

NEW OFFICES 

Although authorization was obtained for the opening of a new office iu 
Cuba before the close of the preceding fiscal year, the post was not filled until 
August 27. It was considered desirable that Mr. James Cormack, formerly 
Trade Commissioner at Port of Spain, Trinidad, who was selected for the 
position, should have an opportunity of completing a tour of Canada and there- 
after to visit Venezuela and Colombia. 

It has also been decided to open a new office at Lima, Peru, to have super- 
vision over Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador. The appointment of the Trade Com- 
missioner for this post is now under consideration. 

ASSIGN MEN! OF TERRITORY 

In October the Rhine Valley, extending from Holland to Switzerland, wa- 
assigned to the Rotterdam office. Following the tour of the deputy minister 
and Mr E. L. McColl through South America, Peru, Ecuador and Boli\'ia were 
definitely assigned to the Buenos Aires office until such time as a Trade 
Commissioner should be appointed to have supervision over these three terri- 
tories. 

The Central American Republics which heretofore, with the exception of 
Guatemala, had not been visited by a Trade Commissioner, were allotted to 
the Mexico oflfice, and Mr. C. Noel Wilde, Trade Conmiissioner to Mi\i(<>. 
will visit these new territories at an early date. 

PPECL\L DUTIES 

Yves Lamontagne, Trade Comini>>i(incr to Briissels, Belgium, has been 
loaned to the Eg>-ptian (^lovernment for throe years for special duties in connec- 
tion with tariff' and statistical work. Ho left Brussels for Cairo on Xov( inber 
5, 1927. 

P. W. Cook, Trade Commissioner to Kingston, Jamaica, in September, 
1927, conducted a special investigation in Cuba for the Department of Customs. 

J. C. Macgillivray, while .Vssistant Trade Commissioner at Hamburg, 
Germany, and during the visit of Harrison Watson to Canada, was transferred 
to London to take charge of the oflfice there. 




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ADVOITISINQ CAJCADA ON STEAMSHIPS 

The experiment of furnishing steamship lines, operating from Canadian 
ports and also from New York, with a framed notice to be placed on vessels 
directmg attention to the assistance which could be afforded by Canadian Trade 
Conmii.*sioners abroad, was repeated. The following steamship lines are now 
carr>-ing notices on their vessels: White Star Line Canadian Service (5) ; 
Kobert Reford Company (7) ; Canadian Pacific Steamships (18) ; Canadian 
Australasian Royal Mail (2) ; Royal Mail Steam Packet Company 1.6) ; the 
Grace IJne (4) ; Lamport and Holt (4) ; South American Steamship Com- 
pany (2). 

TRAVELLING INSPECTOR OF TRADE COMMISSIONER OFFICES 

A. E. Bryan, Travelling Inspector of Trade Commissioner Offices, continued 
the round of inspection commen,ced the preceding year by visits to the oflRces 
at Mexico City. Rio de Janeiro, Buenoe Aires, Port of Spain and Jamaica, whicl) 
occupied in all seven months. 

CANADIAN TR.\DE INDEX 

For several years an allotment of 2,500 copies of the Canadian Trade 
ndex has been purchased from the Canadian Manufacturers' Association, 
oronto. for distribution, through Trade Commissioners, to British Consular 
Alices. Chambers of Commerce and leading importers. Last year the same 
"distribution was made, but with better supervision in that the copies were 
accompanied by a personal letter or card from the Trade Commissioners suggest- 
ing that inquiries looking to the establishment of connections in Canada be 
referred to them. 

• VISITS OF CANADIAN TRADE OFFICIALS TO CANADA 

It is pleasing to record the many expressions of appreciation received by 
the department from exporters for the frequent visits to Canadian plants of 
Canadian Trade Commissioners from abroad and Junior Trade Commissioners 
in traming for foreign service. 

A few years ago exporters were inclined to take the view that no little 
inconvenience was caused them by Canadian Trade Commissioners and other 
officials from the Department of Trade and Commerce so frequently calling 
upon them to obtain information with reference to their production, export 
methods, foreign fields, etc. The idea in some cases was that after going over 
the details with one Trade Commissioner, the information thus received should 
be made available to the others, which of course is not practicable. 

The Trade Commissioner from Japan, for example, after visiting one plant, 
has not only gathered considerable information for himself, but can visualize 
the situation from recollections of a personal call far better than he could in 
any other way, when he returns to nis post. It would, of course, be quite 
impracticable for him to pass on to all the other Trade Commissioners the 
information and impressions thus received. 

Of recent years, however, gratifying evidence has been afforded on every 
hand by exporters, in their reception of Canadian Trade Commissioners or 
officials from the department, of their intense desire to throw open their doors 
to them and give them every possible information and assistance. An interest 
has been created which did not exist before; difficulties have been smoothed out 
and the foreign situation from many parts of the world has been brought 
personally to the attention of the chief executives of the respective plants, and 



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this has been of immense value. Many Chambers of Commerce and Boards of 
Trade, the Canadian Manufacturers' Association and other trade associations, 
have been of great assistance to the department also in welcoming officials from 
the department and assisting them to naeet local exporters. 

The World'« Customs Tariffs 

Tariffs, commercial treaties, import and export prohibitions, customs 
formalities, and related conditions affecting international trade are subjects 
which were given a prominent place in the deliberations of the World Economic 
Confer3nce jield at Geneva, May 4 to 23, 1927. Reports prepared for the 
use of the Conference make a notable contribution to the literature on tariflf 
problems of the present time. 

The conference consisted of 194 members attended by 157 experts, drawn 
from 50 countries. It placed on record recommendations respecting tariffs and 
allied subjects with a view to facilitating exchange of goods between countries 
through lessening of artificial trade b.'t